Computational Thinking Approaches
Five guides for teachers that help them develop classroom practice to encourage computational thinking. The approaches covered include:
*Tinkering - trying things out
*Creating - planning, making and evaluating things
*Debugging - finding out why things don't happen exactly as you want them to
*Persevering - working through problems
*Collaborating - working with others to achieve better results.
Each approach is linked to stages in the National Curriculum.
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|Subject(s)||Computing, Digital literacy|
|Published||2010 to date|
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