Go unplugged for better computational thinking

Computational thinking doesn’t have to be taught in a classroom

Unplugged activities are a great option for students who do not have access to computers at home, and new research shows the benefits of such activities for computational thinking. Many of these can be done with only a pen and piece of paper, an instruction sheet, and a partner—such as a parent or guardian, sibling, or remote classmate. Read the full blog post here. For the original research article, click here.

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