CT1.06 – Computational Thinking: Algorithms
Algorithms: What are they? How and when do we use them?
30 November20 minutes (Multiple time slots)Online
Session 1Tue 30 Nov 08:00 HST - Tue 30 Nov 08:20 HSTOnline
Session 2Tue 30 Nov 10:00 HST - Tue 30 Nov 10:20 HSTOnline
Session 3Tue 30 Nov 13:00 HST - Tue 30 Nov 13:20 HSTOnline
Session 4Tue 30 Nov 15:00 HST - Tue 30 Nov 15:20 HSTOnline
- $10.95 incl.
In order to master the ability to "think computationally", one must have a solid understanding of decomposition, abstraction, pattern recognition and algorithm development. This micro-lesson will focus purely on practicing algorithms.
Before attending this class please complete:
|All students, regardless of age can and should be taking this class, but we think this is best for students 2nd grade and up.|
|YES. Just like all of our micro-lessons there will be a test after each lesson. The entire class is 20 minutes long. 15 minutes will be devoted to material and 5 minutes for testing. No need to panic, you can always do the test again if you aren't able to achieve 80% or more the first time around.|
|Minimum Grade||Best for students 2nd grade and up|
|Complexity Level||Low to Medium|
|Length||20 minutes / Class|
|Subject Area||Practicing Algorithms|
|CT2.02 - Hardware: Components||02 Dec|
|CT3.00 - Software||Register interest|
|CT4.15 - The Pony Express||30 Nov|