If you aren't a computer scientist, you may not have taken time to think much about how common and relied upon digital tools such as the apps on your computer
Molly Ward, M.S. Science Education
Although “Computational Thinking” might sound like a process that involves an advanced degree and the ability to write code, it’s actually a very straightforward process in which anyone from any field or background can participate. In fact, the process of using Computational Thinking to solve problems has been around since well before computers even existed.
Computational thinking is a fundamental skill for everyone, not just for computer scientists. To reading, writing, and arithmetic, we should add computational thinking to every child’s analytical ability
Computational Thinking isn’t just for Computer Scientists and programmers. Anyone can incorporate Computational Thinking skills and steps when working on solving a problem. Blending Computational Thinking into your current problem solving methods helps you to address the problem in a logical way and also sets you up to be able to utilise the power of computing towards solving your problem and bigger problems in the future.