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Computational Thinking is Magic!

Professor Paul Curzon
Above: Professor Paul Curzon
Computational thinking is about people, not just technology. It can be fun for everyone and that it doesn’t have to be taught at a computer.

Paul Curzon is a Professor of Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London and is known for his work inspiring students and teachers about interdisciplinary computer science. He co-founded the internationally reputed public engagement project, Computer Science for Fun (www.cs4fn.org and www.abitofcs4fn.org), and co-leads both the UK Computing at School (CAS) London Regional Network and Teaching London Computing (www.teachinglondoncomputing.org) creating inspiring classroom activities. He regularly gives shows and workshops for both students and teachers on computer science including magic shows that teach computational thinking. He has won several awards for excellence in teaching and public engagement. He is the coauthor of the book “The Power of Computational Thinking” with Peter McOwan.
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