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This book is for educators who see all of their students as creative thinkers and active contributors to tomorrow’s innovations. It differentiates between computing, computer science, computational thinking, programming, and coding; while showing how everyday tasks – like reading sheet music, solving a crossword or Sudoku puzzle, knitting, and other activities – are actually examples of computational thinking.
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