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Friday November 10
4:00 PM
The core of the talk will be three math puzzles, all of which will be accessible to every person in the audience. In the process of solving these three puzzles, the four principles of Computational Thinking will be uncovered and discover how this "21st-century mindset" can enable us to tackle complex challenges with both confidence and impact. Richard Hoshino is an Associate Teaching Professor at the Vancouver campus of Northeastern University.
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Stories, Puzzles, and Problems - Applying Computational Thinking:

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