Individuals and Students
Whether you're self-employed, homeschooled or just enjoy learning, develop your skills in computational thinking.
Anyone can increase their computational thinking—whether in education, at work or just because new learning is fun. You might already have a technical background, be a student with math as your favorite subject or have avoided STEM subjects throughout. We offer a new look, with a new approach, from the organization that knows how computation helps real lives.
For a limited time, try out a sample of our new curriculum—A curriculum fit for learners who want to be better prepared for an AI age where computers can be used to their full potential.
Example projects ›
- Data science: Working with real data of all scales, incorporating modern visualization, statistics and data-driven probability.
- Geometry: Specifying constructs in space and their movement in multiple dimensions.
- Information theory: Efficiently and securely communicating datasets, images, sound or objects.
- Modeling: Computational models—scope, techniques, construction and application of modern computation to real-world problems.
- Architecture of computation: Utilizing underlying structures and concepts of the computational system.
Get this poster to help guide you through the four steps of computational (or mathematical) thinking.
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