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Computational Thinking in Education: Home

Resources for researching computational thinking in education, in support of EDUC 445

 

 

 

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Course Overview

EDUC 445 examines the basic procedures constituting the action research process. The focus will include the relationship between theory and methodology, question generation, research design, and the principles and problems of data collection and interpretation of findings. Results in a Reflective Inquiry Project tied to classroom experiences.

Computational Thinking in Education

Explore the definition and skills of computational thinking as defined by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA).

Operational Definition of Computational Thinking for K-12 Education

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