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

Junior Secondary

Sessions

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

This session is full.


Presenter

  • Science World
    Cameron Beck

    Cam has a degree in Education(Elementary). He has taught in elementary schools in Australia and the UK for 4 years and taught Secondary Science in London for 2 years.

    Cam also has nearly 3 years experience in informal ADST education and teacher training.