Computational Thinking for Youth in Practice

April 6 2020 · By Jared O'Leary

In this episode I unpack Lee et al.’s (2011) publication titled “Computational thinking for youth in practice,” which provides examples of how middle and high school youth engage in computational thinking and introduces the “use-modify-create” framework (a three-stage progression through computational thinking).

Show notes: jaredoleary.com/csk8feed/26

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