Success in multiple industry sectors or any of the hundreds of new tech-heavy jobs emerging in the modern economy requires a core competency: computational thinking and skills. Computational thinking and skills extend beyond computer programming to include a larger set of knowledge and skills broadly captured by a wide swath of STEM disciplines, including cybersecurity. This webinar will explain why acquiring computational thinking and skills are important for STEM-related careers and how to incorporate and assess computational thinking and skills as part of cybersecurity education and training programs.
Learning Sciences School of Education and Social Policy
Jeff Weld, Ph.D.
Senior Policy Advisor and Assistant Director
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Executive Office of the President
Dr. Shuchi Grover
Learning Scientist and
Computer Science Education Researcher
The SC Cyber Association , a 501(c)(6) non-profit that provides professional development and connection opportunities in the Palmetto State.
The SC Cyber Foundation , a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides funding for cyber education in the Palmetto State.
CyberSC is a member affiliate of CyberUSA
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