“Computational thinking is a process where a problem is analysed and solved so that a human, machine or computer can effectively implement the solution. It involves using strategies to organise data logically, break down problems into parts, interpret patterns and design and implement algorithms to solve problems.”(Technology Mandatory Syllabus 2017 p.23)
This package contains a comprehensive set of 4 lessons to introduce Computational Thinking in the classroom.
Includes 4 complete lessons along with:
- Teacher PowerPoints
- Student Worksheets
- Worksheet Solutions
- Teacher Guides and Instructions
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