Weaving a Storytelling Tapestry Using Computational Thinking

Jennifer Moore, Joe Sanchez, Alissa Tudor
2021 IASL Annual Conference Proceedings  
Computational thinking is a way of formulating a problem so that a computer can find a solution. It involves looking for patterns within multiple sets of data and using algorithmic thinking to find solutions. In this way, it becomes a critical literacy for future-ready youth. In this paper the authors share partial results from a National Forum on Computational Thinking funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, explaining computational thinking, exploring cross-cultural
more » ... of the story sequence, and sharing how computational thinking can be used to create and analyze a story within the context of this story sequence.
doi:10.29173/iasl8306 fatcat:ns4an5rce5hxhdnx5cv6ehi62y