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CSTA Resources - ISTE on computational thinking

CSTA Resources - ISTE on computational thinking

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http://www.iste.org/learn/computational-thinking.aspx Computational Thinking Toolkit Available CT advocates can use these materials for conference presentations, study groups, or meetings with educators, parents, community, or industry leaders.The toolkit includes a presentation, multimedia, handouts and other materials to help introduce CT to non-computing educators. Download the Computational Thinking Teacher Resources. CSTA and ISTE intend for the CT Teacher Resources to reflect our commitment to the universal idea that CT can work across all disciplines and with all school-age children. The CT Teacher Resources are an introductory package of prototype materials which include: CT Teacher Resources • An operational definition of CT for K-12 Education • A CT vocabulary and progression chart • Nine CT Learning Experiences • CT classroom scenarios Download the Computational Thinking Leadership Toolkit. This companion piece to the Computational Thinking Teacher Resources, includes: CT Leadership Toolkit • Making the Case for CT • Resources for Creating Systemic Change • Implementing Strategies Guide

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