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Computational Thinking

Solving problems, designing systems and understanding human behavior drawing on concepts fundamental to computer science.

Computational Thinking

Nov 01, 2017

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Strategies for Computational Problem Solving

Tata Consultancy Services and Discovery Education have launched Ignite My Future in School, an initiative to transform the way students across America learn through computational thinking, a foundational 21st century skill for successful careers in every sector. The journey into the world of transdisciplinary instruction and computational problem solving starts with the suite of professional development tools.

 Blind Coding Computer Programming

Oct 19, 2017

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Tactile Programming Language for Children Who Are Blind

A Microsoft project will teach blind students from aged 7 to 11 how to program and apply design thinking to projects. Project Torino, as it’s called, uses a “physical programming language”—pods that are connected by the students to build programs.

MIT Course Artificial Intelligence

Sep 01, 2017

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Interactive Demonstrations on Artificial Intelligence

MIT’s free online course titled “Artificial Intelligence” introduces participants to the basic knowledge representation, problem solving, and learning methods of artificial intelligence.

Mathematical and Computational Thinking

Oct 17, 2016

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Curriculum Modeling Mathematical and Computational Thinking

High school math classes focus traditionally on solving equations; the world of mathematical modeling emphasizes creating equations. The nonprofit Association of Computational and Mathematical Modeling (AoCMM) is developing a free mathematical modeling curriculum that it plans to share with teachers by early 2017.

Computational Thinking

Sep 01, 2016

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Guides Demystifying Computational Thinking

BCS, the Chartered Institute of IT, in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom (UK), have developed freely downloadable guides to the UK’s new computational thinking curriculum. The guides were written especially for primary (elementary) and secondary teachers to demystify the study of computational thinking in primary and secondary schools.

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