PROGRAMME

Computational Literacy

Computational knowledge and skills (calculation, simulation, visualisation) in maths and science.

Consultation

Introduction to computational literacy in maths and science learning.

Demo

Practise computational processes in solving maths and science topics.

Extracurricular

Computational extracurricular mentoring for maths and science at school.

Workshop

Training on computational literacy in maths and science for educators.

SUBJECT

Special & Privileged

Children, educators, schools, and communities.

Children

Children in grades 5 to 12. Computational literacy is expected to be a provision in welcoming the next day.

Educators

Maths and science teachers, as well as student teachers. The transfer of computational literacy is an exciting thing for students to look forward to.

Schools

The atmosphere of computational literacy both in the classroom and in the school environment in general will be a plus.

Communities

Study groups, literacy groups, or other educational communities. Dissemination of computational literacy will be easily accessible to the wider community.

Concept X%, Practise Y%.
—Mirza & Faruq

MODEL

Block & Text

The implementation of computational literacy programme can be a block-based model or a text-based model.

Among the options are Bloky for block-based computation or Colab for text-based computation.

Bloky   Colab
Bloky