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September 4, 2021

The art of debugging & how to think like a computer scientist

An item from another US-based K-12 online learning program.

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The art of debugging & how to think like a computer scientist

By Nikki Herta, Friday, August 27, 2021 5:47 PM

 

Meet Dr. Aman Yadav, a professor of educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University, who shares his insights on the rich applications of both “plugged” and “unplugged” computational thinking for the K-12 classroom and sheds light on the biased algorithms that govern our everyday lives.

 

 

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