See inside a computational thinking resource

A fundamentally new curriculum—a curriculum based on the four-step problem-solving approach—requires a different approach to learning. Take a look at these screenshots from the student and teacher versions of the module "How fast could I cycle stage 7 of the An Post Rás?" showing examples of activities and steps that learners go through to solve the problems of modeling a cyclist's 155km race time.

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Activity (Interpret)

Learners validate their solutions by comparing to real results and critique their solution, allowing them to reflect upon their approach. Most importantly, they learn to iterate and refine their solution using the CBM solution helix as a guide.

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