The Computational Thinker’s Classroom

Figuring out when and how to use computers to iterate, calculate, search, and organize information is called computational thinking. Through programming, spreadsheets, and visual models, students can develop a better understanding of abstract concepts than with pencil and paper alone. Teachers that model computational thinking processes help students see that these skills are in the tool-set of experienced problem solvers. I will share ways to develop computational thinking skills in students (and teachers), and in the process, help students develop their skills in the required curriculum.Link to Presentation

Workshop Session 1
Location: B10-122 Date: March 10, 2018 Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Language: Evan Weinberg