Category: Computational Thinking

  • Artificial Intelligence and Bias

    Artificial Intelligence and Bias

    Artificial Intelligence has limitless potential. However the systems can be built with unintended bias. This could be racism, sexism, ageism or any other form of bias. Artificial Intelligence’s are products of the algorithms that are used to create them and the data provided to the system and the links it makes using this data. When […]

  • Progress Outcomes – Computational Thinking Matrix

    Progress Outcomes – Computational Thinking Matrix

    The matrix below highlights the 8 progress outcomes and roughly maps these outcomes to the years when New Zealand students would be expected to have attained these outcomes. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Y9 Y9-10 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y13 students use their decomposition skills to break down simple non-computerised tasks into precise, […]