Computational Fall Break Camp

The goal of our Computational Fall Break Camp is to keep our digital minds active and our bodies moving. Though, students get a short one week break from school, we still want to keep their digital synapsis firing along with physical activity. Each day students will have 2 classes: 1 physically challenging activity 1 mentally…

HAIS fair

HAIS was organized in 1969 at the suggestion of The Reverend Burton A. MacLean of Iolani School. The first meetings were convened in the office of Dr. Roderick F. McPhee at Punahou School, together with Dr. James Bushong of Kamehameha School, The Reverend David Coon of Iolani School, and Mr. Joseph Pynchon of Hawaii School…

May 30th, 2015: Electric Circus

On May 30th, 2015 at 6:30PM Computational Thinkers®, in collaboration with Oahu’s very own Circus Olina, (teaching children Circus Arts), will be joining forces at Wai’alae Charter Elementary School for a final, end-of-the-year show. Students of Computational Thinkers®, have been working diligently on building electric light circuits and programming small micro controllers that are going to light up…

March 22nd, 2015: Fibonacci & Fractal Nature Scavenger Hike

What Your children have been studying three Computational Thinking techniques for solving “Big Problems”: Abstraction, Decomposition and Pattern Recognition.  These patterns are found in nature as well as Computer Science and are the foundation for “Recursive Thinking”.  Students have studied the Fibonacci Number sequence, the famous Fibonacci Spiral as well as Fractals like Sierpinski’s Triangle, Koch’s snowflake and of course the…