Solving Domain-Specific Problems with Computational Thinking

Sharon CALOR, Izaak DEKKER, Dorrith PENNINK & Bert BREDEWEG
Computational thinking (CT) skills are crucial for every modern profession in which large amounts of data are processed. In K-12 curricula, CT skills are often taught in separate programming courses. However, without specific instructions, CT skills are not automatically transferred to other domains in the curriculum when they are developed while learning to program in a separate programming course. In modern professions, CT is often applied in the context of a specific domain. Therefore, learning...
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