Get to Know Computational Thinking
Poster Session by Jennifer Bond and Mary Wever
Just What Is Computational Thinking?
"Computational Thinking is the thought processes involved in formulating problems and their solutions so that the solutions are represented in a form that can be effectively carried out by an information-processing agent." -Cuny, Snyder, Wing
Did You Know You Are Already Using Computational Thinking?
How Have You Used Computational Thinking During Your ISTE Experience?
Resources for Educators
It's Time to Demystify Computational Thinking by ISTE Connects
How to Teach Computational Thinking by Stephan Wolfram
What's the Difference Between Coding and Computational Thinking? by Sheena Vaidyanathan
CT Vocabulary and Progression Chart by ISTE and CSTA
ISTE Course...see button below.
Code.org Computational Thinking lessons
Agent Sheets: A way to teach game design and computational thinking.
Exploring Computational Thinking by Google for Education
Resource Suggestions from Ignite My Future
Overview of Computational Thinking: CAS Barefoot (Great Elementary School Examples)
ISTE CS for All Tools for Computer Science in Education
You can take a FREE 6-week course on Computational Thinking through ISTE. It is a wonderful overview of the concepts of CT, as well as curricular connections. The Fall session is accepting registration for Oct. 14-Dec. 8 course.