Solutions for St Patrick's Day CT tasks
Please submit this form to gain access to the solutions for the St Patrick's Day computational thinking (CT) tasks.
Answering each question is voluntary - only School roll number question is required to be answered. However, answering the questions allows us to report to our funding sources about usage of our teacher resources and gives us feedback on the level of interest in using different types of resources.
The CT tasks our materials are based on originate from the international Bebras initiative (
) and have been modified by the PACT team from Maynooth University Department of Computer Science (
). This set of tasks was translated into Irish by the Maynooth University Department of Modern Irish. The Irish Computer Society (ICS) Foundation is the National Bebras Organiser and organises the national Bebras challenge as part of its Tech Week activities (
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