View Workshop: NYSED Computer Science & Digital Fluency Standards: Computational Thinking

Workshop NameNYSED Computer Science & Digital Fluency Standards: Computational Thinking
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Workshop Short DescComputational thinking plays an important role in supporting the creation of solutions to problems, both large and small. Algorithms, programs, simulations, and data are essential to all computing systems, empowering people to communicate and collaborate with others around the world. The standards promote development of foundational skills, knowledge, and experience to solve problems by creating solutions that utilize computational thinking concepts and practices."
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School Year2022-2023
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Category517 - Model Schools
SubcategoryCurric: Effective Use of Technology
Provider517 - Model Schools
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Duration6 Hours
LevelSED CODES 1,2,3,4
Total Workshop Days1.0
Credit Hours5.50
Days To Bill1.0
Participants Must Attend All DaysNo
District Always Pays Participant FeeYes
Participant Approval NeededNo
Scoring ExamsNo
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Limit One District Per TableNo
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Workshop Full Desc"Computational thinking not only underpins all theory and application of computer science, but also influences many other subject areas. Computational thinking includes both core concepts, such as algorithms and variables, and core practices, such as abstraction, decomposition, data analysis, modeling, and simulation, that are vital not only to the design and development of computer programs but also to the strategic use of computational power to solve problems across disciplines. The process of creating meaningful and efficient solutions, often done in collaboration with others, typically involves these steps: defining the problem, breaking apart large problems into smaller ones, recombining existing solutions, analyzing different solutions, using data to inform new potential solutions, and looking at information in new ways to develop innovative solutions.
Computational thinking plays an important role in supporting the creation of solutions to problems, both large and small. Algorithms, programs, simulations, and data are essential to all computing systems, empowering people to communicate and collaborate with others around the world. The standards promote development of foundational skills, knowledge, and experience to solve problems by creating solutions that utilize computational thinking concepts and practices."
Workshop AudienceKindergarten - 12th Grade Teachers, Administrators, Technology Directors, Curriculum Coordinators, Instructional Coaches, Technology Integrators
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Workshop Objectives-Identify and define the standards and objectives under CS & DF Computational Thinking
-Compare and contrast NYSED CS & DF Computational Thinking Standards to current classroom curriculum maps and strategies.
-Analyze current classroom practices for gaps that do not meet the NYSED CS & DF Computational Thinking Standards.
-Plan, connect, design, and modify new practices and resources to better meet the needs of the new Standards.
Assessment of Learning-Define and identify the new NYSED CS & DF Computational Thinking Standards
-Identify, prioritize, and revise classroom practices to address gaps in standards coverage
-Design a plan to address standards moving forward.
Workshop Topics, Concepts & Resources-NYSED CS & DF Standards
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Submitted For Approval06/03/2022
Approved06/02/2022
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CTLE EligibleYes
Social Worker Continuing EdNo
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Workshop Id2221
Added ByRyan A McGinnis
BocesCattaraugus-Allegany BOCES
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Entry Date05/25/2022 08:35:46
Last Modified Date06/03/2022 10:49:06

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  • 1 Knowledge Students and Student Learning
  • 2 Knowledge of Content and Instruction
  • 3 Instructional Practice
  • 7 Professional Growth