Computational Thinking the Intellectual Thinking for the 21st century

Shailaja, J.; Sridaran, R.
May 2015
International Journal of Advanced Networking & Applications;May2015 Special Issue, p39
Academic Journal
Computational Thinking(CT) and its implementation in the K-12 level is the burning need for the 21st century. In order to be successful in a world that is increasingly dependent on technology CT is essential. Fundamental skills acquired by young student's plays a very important role in shaping their career, so nurture every child with CT precisely at K-12 levels. This paper explain what, why and mainly how to teach CT at different K-12 levels. Blended learning will be utmostappropriate to teach CT in the existingsituation. As the school curriculum is already packed, besidesinadequate hardware and internet support. We can bring about a generation of computational thinkers and digital creators by prompting the approach as specified in this paper.


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