Computational Thinking for the Digital Age

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As Computer Science Education Week wraps up, some teachers may be looking ahead for the “What’s Next?” If you were inspired by this week’s activities or if any of the activities you did in your classroom got you pumped up to try (and learn!) more about computer science, check out ISTE’s FREE course on Computational Thinking.

ISTE says this of the course:

“In the digital age, computational thinking (CT) is an essential skill for students and educators alike. This systematic approach to solving problems is at the foundation of not just computer science, but many other subject areas – and careers – as well. Developed with support from Google, Introduction to Computational Thinking for Every Educator unpacks how CT can be integrated throughout subject areas and grade levels.”

Enrollment continues now through February 11, 2019 for this 15-hour self-paced online course. Included with enrollment is on-going instructor support from Mike Karlin and Heidi Williams – two educators with passions and professional ties to the world of computer science.

And, did I mention that this course is completely FREE!

For more information or to sign-up, visit: ISTE Computational Thinking

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Kristin Oropeza

Kristin Oropeza is currently a TK-5th Grade Technology TOSA in Southern California. She holds a masters in special education and has worked in public education for over 10 years. Kristin also serves as a director on the CUE Los Angeles board and acts as their Communications Editor. Find her on Twitter @KristinOropeza.

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