Decomposition breaks down problems into smaller, more manageable parts. Learn how this concept can be integrated in student learning.
Mathematics is a collaborative and technological field. By integrating technology in math classes, teachers better create real-world experiences for students.
Teach computational thinking in the classroom with these project examples in math, English language arts, science, and social studies.
Teaching coding and computational thinking helps to advance students understanding of computer science, which is essential for students’ future readiness.
A tech education expert shares that digital learning experiences must be valuable and authentic, and the best tech integration harnesses students’ enthusiasm.
Computational thinking is an effective way for students to practice social and emotional learning skills in hands-on and real-world contexts
To engage students with real-world connections, this teacher had students create toys using the design thinking process in a Toy Box inspired unit.
Computational thinking is a four-step process that enables students to tackle complex, broad, and ambiguous problems.
When we teach coding in the classroom, we nail 21st century skills by fostering creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills.
Technology integration in your class inspires students to think critically and creatively, engages students in complex problems, and fosters collaboration.
The Science of Learning helps teachers make instruction more effective and efficient by optimizing students’ learning process.