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5 Conclusion As noted in the Preface and in Chapter 1, this set of two workshops was not intended to develop or to advance a consensus view of com- putational thinking. In both workshops, participants expressed a wide variety of views regarding both the nature of and the pedagogy for com- putational thinking. It is the committee’s hope that the summaries from both workshops will help to stimulate in the relevant communities the creative thinking that is necessary for a consensus view on this topic to emerge in the future. 133

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