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Computational thinking in primary mathematics

Megan Clune

Adding Digital Technologies curriculum content into primary classrooms may feel, to many primary teachers, like a new burden and more work—but many aspects of computational thinking can be explored in the context of our existing mathematics programmes. This article highlights the connection between computational thinking and mathematics, and presents examples of classroom activities that teach computational thinking and mathematics in ways that are meaningful and discourse-rich.

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