Disrupt Summer 2019: DevLeague

Disrupt Summer 2019: DevLeague Computational Thinkers Disrupt Summer 2019 featured a wide range of guest speakers during week one of the program. They gained insight from business owners and visionaries in Hawaii on entrepreneurship in the islands. In this post, we highlight Russel Cheng of Devleague and his visit with our students.  Devleague, founded in Hawaii in 2013 by Cheng and…

Disrupt Summer 2019: Blue Startups

Disrupt Summer 2019: Blues Startups This summer Computational Thinkers  kicked off their 3-week summer program, Disrupt Summer 2019, with guest entrepreneur, Chenoa Farnsworth of Blue Startups.  Farnsworth shared with our students the company’s recipe to success for mentoring more than 10 cohorts of entrepreneurs to build 76 companies and raise more than $120Million in follow on…

How to Teach Facial Recognition

How to teach: Facial Recognition For me, facial recognition seemed like something only Jimmy Neutron had growing up. Or, maybe, only in the secret places of the Whitehouse that could be accessed with President Bush’s face. (Clearly, you know in which decade I was raised.) The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Nickelodeon, 2002) Today,…

Blended Learning + Computational Thinking

Computational Thinking is a process in understanding, breaking down, and solving problems. Computational Thinkers (CT) imbeds this powerful problem-solving technique across all offered courses. Students in our courses don’t only learn concepts such as algorithm design and pattern recognition. They learn self-discipline, teamwork, and responsibility through our Blended Learning approach to instruction. What is Blended…

Summer Open House 2018

Summer is almost upon us! That means adventures into all things computational are just ahead! Computational Thinkers is proud to be hosting our Summer Break 2018 classes. This season, your children will learn, explore, and engage with technology in our dynamic summer courses. On Friday, June 1st, 2018, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM, join us…