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Comentários e feedback de alunos de Computational Thinking for Problem Solving da instituição Universidade da Pensilvânia

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Sobre o curso

Computational thinking is the process of approaching a problem in a systematic manner and creating and expressing a solution such that it can be carried out by a computer. But you don't need to be a computer scientist to think like a computer scientist! In fact, we encourage students from any field of study to take this course. Many quantitative and data-centric problems can be solved using computational thinking and an understanding of computational thinking will give you a foundation for solving problems that have real-world, social impact. In this course, you will learn about the pillars of computational thinking, how computer scientists develop and analyze algorithms, and how solutions can be realized on a computer using the Python programming language. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop an algorithm and express it to the computer by writing a simple Python program. This course will introduce you to people from diverse professions who use computational thinking to solve problems. You will engage with a unique community of analytical thinkers and be encouraged to consider how you can make a positive social impact through computational thinking....

Melhores avaliações

J

Dec 19, 2018

Excellent course for beginners with enough depth, programming and computational theory to increase their computer science knowledge to a higher level. It builds a good foundation of how computers work

AW

Feb 04, 2019

The course is very well-designed and it helped me develop understand how to apply computational thinking in solving various types of problems as well as acquire basic skills of programming in Python.

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por Pranay R K

Dec 26, 2019

Good introductory course! Very clear lectures

por Darren H

Mar 22, 2019

Good start to computer programming and python

por Pujun G

Feb 29, 2020

Really helpful course! Really great course!

por Ed V

Sep 07, 2019

Well designed and engaging - great course!

por Jagdish P

Jan 13, 2019

Great course, but challenging in week 4!

por Tanner S

Sep 08, 2019

Great introduction to computer science.

por Jeanne C

Oct 04, 2019

Well organized, engaging, informative.

por Syed M H K

Jul 27, 2019

very well detailed basic course.

por Siddharth B

Sep 17, 2019

Amazing and challenging course.

por Sarpong O

Jan 04, 2019

Great program. I learned a lot!

por Ting-Hsuan L

Feb 09, 2019

The course has been helpful!

por Mudasar A

Nov 11, 2019

Excellent!

Mindblowing

por Godwin E

Mar 18, 2019

Well formulated course

por Trong D

Jan 09, 2019

Well Presented Course

por Doug Q

Nov 25, 2019

Outstanding course!!

por Chunrong S

Dec 16, 2019

it worth the time.

por omar m f

Nov 25, 2018

Highly Recommended

por Dirk X

Jun 02, 2019

Neat and clear

por Maximiliano V

Jul 29, 2019

Great course!

por Antony

Jun 11, 2019

Great course

por Cleefton

Dec 01, 2019

Excellent!

por Abu S M H

Jan 13, 2020

Excillent

por James L

Mar 30, 2020

GREAT

por Reece M

Feb 03, 2020

Overall I thought this course was very well done. It was at a basic level, so much so that you didn't need a background in computational thinking or mathematics to take the course. This was very nice!

The explanations were very helpful and the videos were well done. The instructors were overall quite engaging and the concepts were well-motivated.

I think the capstone problem (the Corpus example) could be modified to make it more engaging and interesting. I think a different problem would be more suitable, as the description of the problem was somewhat difficult to digest.

Some of the compiling and checking of the solutions was a little challenging at times. Sometimes you had the correct answer, but needed to alter the solution somewhat to fit the criteria of the test. This was not necessarily a bad thing, but it was frustrating in Module 4.

Overall nicely done!

Reece