Google: Exploring Computational Thinking
Exploring Computational Thinking
Google is committed to promoting computational thinking throughout the K-12 curriculum to support student learning and expose everyone to this 21st century skill.
What is Computational Thinking? Computational thinking (CT) involves a set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs that underlay the computer applications you use such as search, email, and maps. Below is a list of specific techniques along with real world examples from our every day lives.
- Decomposition: When we taste an unfamiliar dish and identify several ingredients based on the flavor, we are decomposing that dish into its individual ingredients.
- Pattern Recognition: People look for patterns in stock prices to decide when to buy and sell.
Publicado el 6 diciembre 2010 en 1ro ES-CB, 2do ES- CB, Algoritmos, Cs. Naturales, Educación Infantil, Educación Tecnológica, Enseñar, Informática, Matemática, Programación, Python y etiquetado en pensamiento computacional. Guarda el enlace permanente. Deja un comentario.