Computational Thinking

A brief introduction to computational thinking.


In this course, students will learn about computational thinking, broadly defined as how computer scientists think and work.

This brief introduction will review research and applications for computational thinking in science and across disciplines.

Duration: Up to (2) 40 minute sessions

Difficulty Level: Beginner

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Define and discuss computational thinking and associated processes
  • Think about and articulate how computational thinking might relate across disciplines
  • Review and understand what different areas of research have to say about computational thinking

Your Instructor

Eden Hennessey
Eden Hennessey

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