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課程概述

Have you ever heard that computers "think"? Believe it or not, computers really do not think. Instead, they do exactly what we tell them to do. Programming is, "telling the computer what to do and how to do it." Before you can think about programming a computer, you need to work out exactly what it is you want to tell the computer to do. Thinking through problems this way is Computational Thinking. Computational Thinking allows us to take complex problems, understand what the problem is, and develop solutions. We can present these solutions in a way that both computers and people can understand. The course includes an introduction to computational thinking and a broad definition of each concept, a series of real-world cases that illustrate how computational thinking can be used to solve complex problems, and a student project that asks you to apply what they are learning about Computational Thinking in a real-world situation. This project will be completed in stages (and milestones) and will also include a final disaster response plan you'll share with other learners like you. This course is designed for anyone who is just beginning programming, is thinking about programming or simply wants to understand a new way of thinking about problems critically. No prior programming is needed. The examples in this course may feel particularly relevant to a High School audience and were designed to be understandable by anyone. You will learn: -To define Computational Thinking components including abstraction, problem identification, decomposition, pattern recognition, algorithms, and evaluating solutions -To recognize Computational Thinking concepts in practice through a series of real-world case examples -To develop solutions through the application of Computational Thinking concepts to real world problems...

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HB
2021年5月18日

This course is very dummy-proof. As someone who never learns about computational thinking, this course helps me to understand the materials and the cases provided in a very simple way. Thank you!

RK
2021年5月10日

though the peer review system might trouble you but it was a great learning experience reading others graphical organizers help me understand how there can be a different outlook to same problem

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126 - Problem Solving Using Computational Thinking 的 150 個評論(共 268 個)

創建者 Thumati V M

2021年5月27日

Comprehensive Approach and Great fun Learning

創建者 Utkarsha R p

2021年5月15日

very informative and good learning experience

創建者 Chuckie S O

2021年5月22日

great course and well taught too. good job.

創建者 T K

2021年5月31日

case studies in the course were amazing!!!

創建者 NURULLAH Ç

2021年4月24日

Perfect understanding for problem solving

創建者 David E

2021年2月15日

Excellent with clear help on the process

創建者 Carlos H M C O

2021年5月15日

Muy buenos ejemplos y bien estructurado

創建者 Vishnuraj S

2021年5月14日

Awesome explanations given by the team

創建者 Mateo C

2021年5月13日

Very usefull and interesting to learn

創建者 Hemant D

2021年9月5日

The course was actually very useful.

創建者 Breno M F

2021年5月17日

Really nice course, it open my mind!

創建者 Jeyhun I

2021年5月14日

Good course with excellent knowledge

創建者 LIN P

2021年4月25日

Well organised & interesting course.

創建者 Bareera A

2020年8月16日

I enjoyed the full course very much.

創建者 MOHAMMED S

2021年2月17日

Beginner level and felt very useful

創建者 Miguel J F

2021年5月22日

Is very good, thank you very much!

創建者 Linda I

2021年5月21日

It was very useful and resourceful

創建者 EISSA Y O Y

2021年2月5日

Very useful course,

I learned a lot

創建者 19CS064 N P B

2021年1月19日

It's a great course... thanks alot

創建者 Naram H

2021年12月14日

Great course, it's really useful

創建者 Ilma J

2021年10月16日

perfect course for a programmer

創建者 Dhruv D

2021年4月24日

Good Course. Have a great time.

創建者 Nairit S

2021年4月24日

Good enough. Very Interesting.

創建者 Anubhav K

2021年4月7日

it is good to learn new things

創建者 Jon C

2021年2月20日

I learned a lot in this course