Computational Thinking – 2

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Computational thinking is a vital skill that allows learners to solve problems in the same manner as a computer, and as such forms the cornerstone of future ready thinking. Throughout this course you will be guided to explicitly introduce your learners to computational thinking concepts:

  • logic (predicting and analysing);
  • algorithms (making steps and rules);
  • decomposition (breaking down into parts);
  • patterns (spotting and using similarities);
  • abstraction (removing unnecessary detail); and
  • evaluation (making a judgement).

This phase will be focusing on obtaining a deeper understanding of computational thinking concepts through tinkering, collaborating, persevering, debugging and creating. During this phase we will be focusing on logic, algorithms and decomposition.

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