Coding is for Losers: Computational Thinking with Sheets
Date & Time
Wednesday, June 13, 2018, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Jay Atwood
And I mean that in the nicest, most respectful way. The benefits of coding for developing computational thinking skills are well known. However many believe they will never really need to create an app so coding is not relevant. Enter Sheets. Computational thinking is also improved by learning how to use spreadsheets to address a problem of practice or area of need. So we get the benefit of computational thinking with the practicality and realworld relevance and power of Sheets. In this session we will develop solutions for some very common problems of practice using some of my favourite Sheets skills. Learning to code may be great for some, but learning to use Sheets effectively is a life skill. That will make you money, save your life and make the world a better place....literally.
Location Name
Full Address
Salem Hills High School
150 Skyhawk Blvd
Salem, Utah 84653
United States
Session Type
Middle, Secondary, Leadership
Empowered Teachers, Courageous Leadership, Coding