Presented by Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D.,
Director of Professional Learning, ORIGO Education
Computational-thinking skills include seeing patterns, creating rules or algorithms, making abstractions, and decomposing a mathematical structure into component parts. These skills are closely tied to many applications of mathematics as well as to the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Whether during in-person instruction or remote learning, teachers and students must continue to develop the mathematical practices; computational thinking provides an engaging context for this work. Students will explore engaging mathematical problems, develop the practices, and build foundation skills for careers which require computational thinking. Enjoy this two-part series by watching the recording links below.
Learn more about these resources from ORIGO that support Computational Thinking.