BSD Education Workbook – Computational Thinking
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Prepare The Next Generation For Success In The Modern World
Use the free workbook’s nine Computational Thinking activities so your students have the skills to solve problems from the ground up. Students will learn the four main components of Computational Thinking and how to apply them in any situation, technical or not.
What Is Computational Thinking?
The way humans think of ideas are complex, intuitive, and can’t always be explained. Computational thinking is the mindset of solving problems from the ground up:
Decomposing a problem into its smallest individual parts,
Recognizing the common patterns in those pieces,
Abstracting your ultimate goal so that it relates to those pieces, then
Creating an algorithm that puts the pieces into a reliable and reusable approach for solving that problem.
Outline of Computational Thinking