We believe Computational Thinking lays at the heart of modern society. It is the driving force behind automation and technology that helps us overcome challenges in medical care, logistics, and industry. As such, this 21st-century skill should have the same status as mathematics and language education.
Computational Thinking essentially is learning how to think in a structured and logical way, such that you can make a machine work for you.
The field of Computational Thinking needs to be standardized and made assessable. This will help to communicate the progress of students objectively and internationally.
The best way to introduce these important skills is through a motivating learning environment and an international community.