Self-Study, Sample Computational Thinking Resources

Available for free in the Wolfram Cloud, these self-study problems are stripped-down versions of the CBM Teaching Platform (desktop) with embedded video support and completion certificates available.

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Self-study courses: Choose a problem in data science

How Happy Are People in My Country? CBM Intermediate (ages 10 and up)

How can you measure things like emotion, pain, literacy? Dealing with subjective data like this is a key part of data science in the real world; find out how it’s done in this short interactive course.

Cause or Correlation? CBM Proficient (ages 13 and up)

“People who took this course earn more in the future!” Learn to be wary of media claims of how one thing causes another and have fun finding your own odd correlations.

Does Gender Help with Your Maths Score? CBM Intermediate (ages 10 and up)

Comparing two datasets is a first step in any data science course. In this short course, you will analyse local and national datasets and find out how to present your findings.

Can I Spot a Cheat? CBM Advanced (ages 16 and up)

Using real data, how do you define when to raise the alarm for possible fraud or bias? How do insurance or credit card companies know when to investigate further?