Computing in the Classroom: A Workshop for Teachers to Infuse Computational Thinking into K-12 Classrooms (Abstract Only)

@inproceedings{KurtPeker2015ComputingIT,
  title={Computing in the Classroom: A Workshop for Teachers to Infuse Computational Thinking into K-12 Classrooms (Abstract Only)},
  author={Yesem Kurt-Peker and Lydia Ray and Rania A. Hodhod and Shamim Khan},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2015}
}
Computational thinking is an essential skill for everyone in today's world. It is a problem solving skill that incorporates problem decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, logical and algorithmic thinking. Yet the exposure of students in K-12 curriculum to computational thinking is minimal in most schools. There are various opportunities for computational thinking to be included in almost all content areas in the curriculum. In order for this to be realized, teachers need introduction… CONTINUE READING

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