Computational Thinking in Introductory Physics
作者: C. M. OrbanR. M. Teeling-Smith
刊名: The Physics Teacher, 2020, Vol.58 (4), pp.247-251
来源数据库: American Association of Physics Teachers
DOI: 10.1119/1.5145470
原始语种摘要: Computational thinking” (CT) is still a relatively new term in the lexicon of learning objectives and science standards. The term was popularized in an essay by Wing, who said, “To reading, writing and arithmetic, we should add computational thinking to every child’s analytical ability.” Agreeing with this premise, in 2013 the authors of the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) included “mathematical and computational thinking” as one of eight essential science and engineering practices that K-12 teachers should strive to develop in their students. There is not yet widespread agreement on the precise definition or implementation of CT, and efforts to assess CT are still maturing, even as more states adopt K-12 computer science standards. In this article we will try to summarize what...
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  • standards 规程
  • still 
  • thinking 思考
  • their 他们的
  • learning 学识
  • elements 初步
  • premise 前提
  • implementation 执行
  • reading 读出
  • computational 计算的