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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As learners use the computer to do the calculating, previously out-of-reach concepts (due to their calculation complexity) become accessible at an earlier stage. Learners have a full set of cutting-edge tools available to them and are guided toward stable choices in the narrative, often through the use of primers.

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