Computação: O vetor de transformação da sociedade

by   Avelino Francisco Zorzo, et al.

Society is changing, has always changed, and will keep changing. However, changes are becoming faster and what used to happen between generations, now happens in the same generation. Computing Science is one of the reasons for this speed and permeates, basically, every other knowledge area. This paper (written in Português) describes, briefly, the worldwide initiatives to introduce Computing Science teaching in schools. As the paper's main conclusion, it is essential to introduce Computing Science and Computational Thinking for kids before they enter into a university.


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