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EDUC 261D: Computational Thinking Elective

This course approaches computational thinking through the lens of teaching for social justice. We will examine how (and why) practitioners and schools can support students engagement with computational thinking practices through interdisciplinary means. Utilizing computational thinking as an approach to problem solving empowers individuals to recognize the influences technology brings to our society and the impact it has on ethics and equity. This course will develop students' understanding of computational thinking to engage in important ways with power, privilege, and identity. Participants must have theoretical and experiential background in teaching diverse students in k-12. Course Open to LDT & STEP MA students at the GSE only.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
Instructors: Bywater, C. (PI)
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