Learning to Think Like a Computer

Computational thinking — approaching problems the way a programmer would — is captivating educators, from kindergarten teachers to college professors.

But it’s suddenly not enough to be a fluent user of software interfaces. Understanding what lies behind the computer’s seeming magic now seems crucial. In particular, “computational thinking” is captivating educators, from kindergarten teachers to college professors, offering a new language and orientation to tackle problems in other areas of life.

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