Supercomputing requires math, thinking skills, algebra and computational thinking and an awareness of gateways to computing. New technologies require rethinking the use of technology Cyberlearning does that for transformational learning.
What is computational thinking? Who needs it? Why? How can it be learnt? Can it be taught? How? Slides for invited presentation at Conference of ALT (Associ... (What is computational thinking? Who needs it?
The need for computer programmers is growing exponentially in the United States, outpacing growth in most other sectors. Currently, only 2.4% of college graduates are earning degrees in computer science.
Watch SRI's Nimble Microrobots Cooperate to Build Structures IEEE Spectrum SRI has solved this problem by driving their robots around on circuit boards (including flexible ones) that can keep the magnetic fields localized.
The complexonaut MIT News When he was working with the RoboCup team, Aaronson says, “someone would mention offhandedly that we want the goalie to be able to move this way, and I'd start thinking about whether that's NP-complete.
New program could give you access to supercomputer FierceCIO The Unviersity of Illinois is inviting researchers and organizations that wish to use supercomputing resources to take part in the Petascale Computing Resource Allocations (PRAC) program,...
Big Data, Big Hype? Wired These are computational models loosely based on real neurons, which are capable of machine learning and pattern recognition. Simply put, this is when a computer program is able to refine itself based on observing ...
Really interesting idea -- Code.org's Pat Yongpradit sent a note to all of CSTA, asking CS teachers to help provide hints for Code.org tutorials. By reaching out to CSTA, they're doing better than crowd-sourcing.
Phys.Org Simplicity is key to co-operative robots Phys.Org The team, working in the Sheffield Centre for Robotics (SCentRo), in the University's Faculty of Engineering, has programmed extremely simple robots that are able to form a dense cluster...
Spark a Passion for Science: Jami Cabase OCRegister We are learning computational thinking in all classes. Being able to find solutions to challenges in novel ways and find those to help in a shared goal.
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