Tag Archives: Computational Thinking

Computational Thinking for Educators Course

What is Computational Thinking? The word “Computational Thinking” has been bandied around educational circles for the last couple of years.  It’s a confusing term and one that I am not too sure about, either.  I have some “ideas” about what … Continue reading

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Infinite Loop Coding Club–Update 1

The afterschool “Infinite Loop Coding Club”  has been running for about two weeks now. I thought I would take some time to write a blogpost about what has been happening for parents. I hope that your child has been enjoying … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 3: Computational Thinking—-Algorithms

  I am at the third hour of the “20 Hours of Code” and the topic is Computational Thinking. Computational Thinking is the 4 stages of problem-solving in computer sciences: Decomposition:  Analyze the problem and break it up into smaller … Continue reading

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