Computational Thinking: My Summer Learning Reflection

I have been learning a great deal this summer on my own initiative like most educators do! Summer is a time to relax, but it is also a crucial time for educators to learn and develop new skills, ideas, and modes of operation because the reality is that we just don’t always have time while in the classrooom.

I have been glued to Minecraft and Computational Thinking. I recently wrapped up a new project around computational thinking using Scratch and Arduino.

I want to compile my reflections of learning so far and decided to use Sway to organize it all. Check it out and let me know what you you think. What else should I learn about computational thinking? What is missing?

I plan to develop projects and create more with Scratch and Arduino. I also plan to get back on the Minecraft path and finish development of some projects I am working on.

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