Computational Thinking, Design Thinking and Innovation
Computational thinking is defined by Cummins as a process that "encourages students to explore solutions to problems that remain unsolved. (It) inspires innovation and supports problem-solving skills".
Design thinking, as stated by Scholastic, "is a creative problem-solving process that calls for thoughtful solutions to real-world situations".
BOOKS ON THE TOPIC
Overview of computational thinking
Overview of design thinking
Lesson plans and ideas in computational thinking
Lesson plans and ideas in design thinking
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