Computational Thinking at Torrey Pines High School

Please join us for demonstrations, interactive project work, getting started guides, computational thinking, A.I. Adventures, and more. Torrey Pines High School students and staff are welcome to participate. No programming experience needed! New skills for experienced programmers!

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What is CT@TP?

Computational Thinking is about finding ways to ask questions and formulate problems in a way that you can tell a computer to solve them. The CT@TP club and workshop series is a chance for people interested in computational thinking, mathematics, computer programming, artificial intelligence, machine learning, etc. to get together and learn how to have computers solve interesting problems in the real world. No programming experience needed!

Participants in CT@TP will do computational thinking, learn applications of machine learning, and solve a variety of problems with the Wolfram Language. Workshops will include introductory lessons to the Wolfram Language with Mathematica, interactive problem explorations, A.I. Adventures, and project work. Successful students who develop a project may have the opportunity to present at the Advanced Math Open House projects fair in May.

CT@TP is a special opportunity unique to Torrey Pines High School. Please join us!

If you have questions, contact Abby Brown in Room 43 or abby.brown@sduhsd.net.

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