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    Tessa Gray
    Integrating Computational Thinking in a Literacy programme
    22 May
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Thumbs up If you're interested in ways to authentically integrate Computational Thinking into a primary Literacy programme, then check out this shared Google slide presentation from Enabling e-Learning. Here are some plugged and unplugged ideas for learning with/through/about Computational Thinking in: reading, writing, viewing, comprehension, speaking, listening, symbols and text.

    We've just started this, so please feel free to add your own ideas and examples in the presentation itself.

    Image source: Image by Bruno Glätsch from Pixabay 

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