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‘Good CT practices’ Reminders

A series of posters of reminders of ‘good programming practices for engaging in mathematical work. Developed for MATH 1P40 (MICA I) course at Brock University by Alana Mulder (Brock University). Funded by SSHRC Partnership Development Grant ((Gadanidis & Sinclair et al.; 2016-18): Computational Thinking in Mathematics Education)

‘Bug’ for learning

Check your math!

Happy/Angry programmer

Math conjecturing with programming

It’s intimidating!

Programming as your assistant

Say it first

Debugging strategies

Computational Thinking in Undergraduate Math

This short article reflects on recent activities by academic mathematicians, under the name of ‘computational thinking’, and argues for whether and how it could be brought into undergraduate mathematics education.

Buteau, C., & Muller, E., & Broley, L. (2017). Computational Thinking : In our Undergraduate Mathematics programs? Canadian Mathematical Society Notes, 49 (6), pp. 10-12.

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