Computational Thinking

Computational thinking in primary

Computational thinking feature concepts such as decomposition (breaking a problem down), writing algorithms (a list of instructions) and being creative.

The approach can enhance work in programming with Scratch or any other programming language you are using with primary children.

It will also align with Thinking Skills and Personal Capabilities in the Northern Ireland curriculum.

If you are interested in introducing computational thinking to your pupils, it will also help you develop the Explore digital problem-solving element of Using ICT.

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