Solving Math Problems with Computational Thinking

As a problem-solving strategy, computational thinking can go beyond computers and coding and can be used as an effective method for solving math equations and math problems. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss criteria for and try classroom-ready, open-ended math problems as we explore ways to make mathematics more relevant to students’ lived experiences.

Target Audience

6-8/Middle school

To Bring/Important Notes

Scrap paper and something to write with


10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

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    Hilary Abraham

    Hilary Abraham (BSc Neuroscience, Certificate of Science Communication) is a tech-ed & sci-comm specialist, creating & delivering computational thinking lessons across British Columbia as Science World’s Tech-Up Facilitator. She has a pet tarantula and loves exploring intertidal zones.