Young Computational Thinkers
Educators are increasingly being tasked with teaching coding and computational thinking to young students. This hands-on, interactive workshop aims to develop an understanding of computational thinking and the related skills and competencies through the exploration of relevant, ready-to-use activities that connect to a variety of curriculum areas.
By the end of this on-demand webinar, you will:
- engage in unplugged activities that focus on developing students’ skills of decomposition, abstraction, pattern recognition, algorithmic thinking and logic;
- gain access to the activities that are explored, along with materials lists and supporting resources, so you can complete the activities with your students;
- discover how to build upon what you already do in the classrooms to develop the foundational knowledge students need to become computational thinkers; and
- collaborate with colleagues and engage in meaningful discussions related to digital literacy and computational thinking.
This course is a webinar on-demand recording. To obtain your completion badge for this course, you will have to complete a self-reflection.
This course is suitable for educators teaching kindergarten to grade 6.
This course should take you 60 minutes to complete.
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