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A LOOK INTO COMPUTATIONAL THINKING Computational Thinking Desktop Publishing with MS Word Information Technology (IT) fluency including proficiency with certain computer applications (traditional computer literacy), principles on which one can build new understanding as IT evolves, high-level reasoning and IT problem solving, and basic web programming (HTML/XHTML). Computational thinking, data analysis, and data presentations. Daily in-class activities with weekly organized lab projects. • Becoming Skilled at Information Technology • Algorithms and Digitizing Information • Data and Information Analysis and Presentation • Problem Solving Using MS Word, I learned to create, organize, and manipulate documents and then put them online. I also created a Career Plan with a Table of Contents. Making Information Available to the World with HTML and Web Pages Using HTML, I created an academic portfolio, a basic homepage, and sample page that were put online. By Reanne Acasio Data Analysis and Visualization with MS Excel Using MS Excel, I managed, manipulated, and analyzed financial data to create a Stock Portfolio of some companies related to my career. Visual Programming with Alice Dynamic Webpage Programming with Java. Script I used Java. Script to create user-friendly interactive websites. With basic programming, I was able to create a shopping interface, a questionnaire on social networks, and even a game of Blackjack. I created movie animations with the program, Alice. Presentation of Information with MS Power. Point Using MS Power. Point, I presented data from MS Excel visually through graphs and charts.