Computational Thinking (CT) involves fundamental concepts and reasoning, distilled from computer science and other computational sciences, which become powerful general mental tools for solving problems, increasing efficiency, reducing complexity, designing procedures, or interacting with humans and machines. An easy-to-understand guidebook, From Computing to Computational Thinking gives you the tools for understanding and using CT. It does not assume experience or knowledge of programming or of a programming language, but explains concepts and methods for CT with clarity and depth.

Successful applications in diverse disciplines have shown the power of CT in problem solving. The book uses puzzles, games, and everyday examples as starting points for discussion and for connecting abstract thinking patterns to real-life situations. It provides an interesting and thought-provoking way to gain general knowledge about modern computing and the concepts and thinking processes underlying modern digital technologies.



chapter 1|22 pages

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?

chapter 2|23 pages

Bits, Bytes, and Words

chapter 3|22 pages

True or False

chapter 4|26 pages

Who Is the Master?

chapter 5|25 pages

Hello There!

chapter 6|25 pages

Home Sweet Homepage :-)

chapter 7|28 pages

Keeping It Safe

chapter 8|26 pages

Solve That Problem

chapter 9|28 pages

Data everywhere

chapter 10|20 pages

Get That App

chapter |1 pages


chapter |1 pages

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