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Computer Science and Computational Thinking for Ohio Pre-Service Educators



Full course description

This course was developed in response to Ohio House Bill 110, which mandates that all educator preparation programs provide instruction in computer science and computational thinking as part of licensure programs. These interactive tools focus on the kinds of conceptual skills and algorithmic steps that computers use to solve problems including decomposition, pattern recognition, and abstraction reasoning. The course content was developed by a panel of experts from across the state and hosted by Miami University.


Accessibility Accommodation Statement:
This course contains material packaged in a manner that may be inaccessible to individuals who utilize assistive technologies. If you have a disability or experience difficulty accessing the course content and require an accommodation, please contact upon registering for this course

Technical Assistance:

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