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Workshop for CAIE: Step-by-step initializer programme on how schools can inculcate Computational Thinking and problem-solving Skills in students

The workshop will be conducted by Cambridge University Press in association with The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). ACM is an educational and scientific computing society. It is famous for handing out the Annual Turing Award which is considered as the Nobel Prize for Computing.

Date: 19 January 2019

Time: 9:30 am–12:30 pm

Venue: Forum 1, The Lalit Mumbai, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri East, Mumbai 400059

 Why you should attend?

In our ever-evolving world, dealing with complex situations and changing the fundamental approach to the way we do things has become essential. The consequences affect mankind as a whole, but in particular, they affect students who are the workforce of tomorrow.

In the Computational Thinking, solving a problem is done through a process whereby the solution is designed in such a way that both a human and a machine can understand and execute it. Here, code becomes a unifying language expression, which helps deliver a solution that is comprehensible and can be executed by a machine.

By the end of the workshop, educators will be equipped to inculcate Problem Solving & Computational Thinking skills in students.

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Step-by-step initializer programme on how schools can inculcate Computational Thinking and problem-solving Skills in students

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