Computational Thinking Paper
In recent years, there has been a lot of talk and buzz around computational thinking. Based on your readings for this course and some research, share your perspectives on “computational thinking”. Should it be a required part of student education? How do you make a bridge between computational thinking to other subjects, (particularly math and science)? Is coding all there is to computational thinking? What are the implications of computational thinking in our society and where do you see it fitting in the future? Think hard and make a decision on the issue of CT. Write a paper that defines, defends, and offers an example in support of your opinion. The paper should be submitted in Blackboard and is expected to:
- use APA format
- check spelling, grammar, and punctuation
- work within the assignment parameters
- construct logical, organized, cohesive propositions.
- reference all quoted material and avoid over-quoting/paraphrasing
- approx. 700 words