During March, 10 Information and Software Technology students participated in a CSIRO Computational Thinking Challenge called The Bebras Challenge. The online challenge is designed to develop and assess students’ problem solving and computational thinking skills. The skills in focus were collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. Participants were required to answer fifteen questions in forty-five minutes in teams or individually.
Seven of our students received awards for their efforts:
Distinction: Year 9: Chris J., Jeremy K. and Troy V.
Credit: Year 10: Paul McK., Johnson C. and Phillip D.
Credit: Year 9: Aidan L.