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CSTA (US) Newsletter: The Voice

CSTA Voice is a quarterly publication for members of the Computer Science Teachers Association. It provides analysis and commen - tary on issues relating to K–12 computer science education, re - sources for educators, and information for members. The publica - tion supports CSTA’s mission to promote the teaching of computer science and other computing disciplines.

Simon Humphreys

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last edited Mar 03 2016 by Simon Humphreys

March 2016 - Computational Thinking

  • Take a step back to the conceptual foundations of CT with a review of the “roots of CT” with Irene Lee, Co-chair of the CSTA CT Task Force.

  • Discover how England is embedding CT into the national computing curriculum with John Woollard, leading member of Computing At School (CAS).

  • Compare the problem-framing strategies that help students connect math to everyday problems with MEAs (Model-Eliciting Activity) to CT strategies with Fred G. Martin, Co-chair of the CSTA CT Task Force.

  • Explore the list of CT resources gathered by Joe Kmoch, CS consultant and retired educator.

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