Computer Science Teachers Association
Computer Science and Information Technology Symposium
July 13, 2010
Digitizing the World: An Approach to Teaching Computational Thinking
Presented by Robb Cutler & Michelle Hutton
Computational thinking is the skill of applying computer science concepts to solve diverse problems. Learn about tested curriculum units to teach computational thinking including digitizing images and three-dimensional objects, and inspire students to consider ethical and philosophical questions about computing. Hear what went well and what pitfalls to avoid. Resources are free and appropriate for use with elementary students through high school.
For more information, please see http://csta.acm.org/
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