Solving (Math) Problems with Computational Thinking

As a problem-solving strategy, computational thinking is an effective method for solving math equations and math problems. Participants will have the opportunity to plan open-ended math problems as we explore ways to make mathematics more relevant to students’ lived experiences.

Target Audience

6-8

To Bring/Important Notes

-Scrap paper

-Pen/pencil

-Graph paper if possible!

Sessions

12:30 PM - 1:45 PM

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Presenter

  • Science World

    Science World BC is committed to science and technology education throughout the province. The goal of Science World's school support team is to support STEAM (science, technology engineering, art & design, and mathematics) teaching and learning.

  • Nicole Vieira