From computing to computational thinking: Encouraging creative approaches to problem-solving across the curriculum

Computational thinking is a problem-solving process that involves looking at possible solutions abstractly and algorithmically, in a series of ordered steps. People who are able to think in this way tend to be good at generalizing and transferring this problem-solving process to a wide variety of problems. Computational thinking has been hailed as having the potential to foster a new culture of learning in which creativity is rewarded and people are encouraged to experiment, so how can you introduce it in your lessons?


In addition to the presentations slides, the resources below are a selection of papers, learning materials and presentations related to the creative computing approach for K12

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