Computational Thinking, September 17, 2021, 1:30 pm

Title:  “Puzzles, Patterns and Problem Solving: Helping Teens Build Computational Thinking Skills”

Where: Online

Description: Computational Thinking (CT) is a process that helps us create possible solutions to complex problems–in other words, a skill that teens will need to navigate their personal and work lives in the 21st century. From cooking to coding, many everyday skills, hobbies and occupational pursuits involve CT. In this interactive webinar, we will define CT and explore its four cornerstones. We will begin to think about how to help teens build CT literacy. 

Participants will:

  • Understand Computational Thinking as it relates to educational and career paths for teens.
  • Explore the four cornerstones of Computational Thinking.
  • Think about how to help teens build CT literacy.

Presenter: Anna Foote, Youth and School Services Consultant for Northeast Kansas Library System, will facilitate this interactive online learning session. She is certified in this national training program, sponsored by YALSA, IMLS

Puzzles, Patterns and Problem Solving: Helping Teens Build Computational Thinking Skills

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