#GREAT15 Presentation


Computational Thinking – Talking like a Computer or Human

Presentation Resources

Activity 1

Click here for google form for the activity

Click here if you would like to follow along with the results

Activity 2

Partner 1

  1. Click here for virtual manipulatives
  2. Once on the website, click manipulatives from the menu on the left side
  3. When drop down appears scroll down to tangrams
  4. You are now ready to begin. You must complete the shape your partner is describing without looking at the picture.

Person 2

  1. Click here for examples
  2. Pick a puzzle you would be able to successfully explain to partner
  3. You must describe how to make this shape without looking at what your partner is doing

Feedback Form for Jen


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Runningonempty.acm.org,. (2015). Retrieved 14 July 2015, from http://runningonempty.acm.org/fullreport2.pdf

Static.zerorobotics.mit.edu,. (2015). Retrieved 14 July 2015, from http://static.zerorobotics.mit.edu/docs/team-activities/ProgrammingPeanutButterAndJelly.pdf

Static.zerorobotics.mit.edu,. (2015). Retrieved 14 July 2015, from http://static.zerorobotics.mit.edu/docs/team-activities/WriteItThenDoIt.pdf

Whittington, K. (2004). Infusing active learning into introductory programming courses. Journal Of Computing Sciences In Colleges, 19(5), 249-259. Retrieved from http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1060111

Wing, J. M. 2006 Computational thinking. Commun. ACM 49, 33–35.

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