Computer Science (CS) is the study of / process of problem solving and design through computational thinking, programming, analysis, and creative modeling using computers, hardware, software, and algorithmic processes in order to solve real world problems, be ethically responsible, improve efficiency, and increase access to knowledge. (i2i)
Computational Thinking (CT) is a method of collecting, organizing, and analyzing information to solve a problem. Though computers are not necessary to engage in Computational Thinking, special consideration is given to how data can be transferred to and manipulated by a computer to simplify or accelerate the problem solving process.
Computational Thinking can be divided into 4 categories
Benefits of teaching and learning Computational Thinking:
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