Event Series: Virtual Learning Series
Computational Thinking: What? Why?
June 22 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Computational thinking is a logical, strategic way of thinking that requires cognitive skills like sequencing and planning and helps young children navigate possibilities, accomplish tasks, and solve problems that are meaningful to them. Join KET as we explore computational thinking resources developed through the Ready To Learn grant. This new content will encourage problem solving and critical thinking, flexible mindsets/habits of mind, and collaboration. We will introduce resource to encourage these skills by providing opportunities for children to use the design process, think outside the box, make connections, and develop a flexible mindset through play.
Length: 90 minutes
Target: PreK-3rd Grade Educators