What is the desired outcome of your CT Learning Program? Learn more about the types of assessment tools we offer Positive CT Experiences Program provides youth with a positive experience with CT & excites them to pursue future CT experiences CT Skills Program helps youth develop CT skills such as problem decomposition, iterative development, & debugging CT Confidence Program instills a sense of “I can do this” in youth when they are involved in computational-related projects & digital technologies more broadly. Access & Equity Program introduces youth to new technologies & “evens the playing field” for those who might not have access to new technologies & CT education elsewhere. CT Dispositions Program improves youths’ dispositions towards CT, which includes their tolerance for ambiguity, persistence, and the ability to work collaboratively w/ others Preparation for Future Learning/ Career Prep Program prepares youth for STEM & CT coursework in school, and/or introduces youth to STEM and CT careers. CT Conceptual Learning Program helps youth acquire conceptual knowledge associated w/ CT, which includes designing & planning, prototyping, user testing, modifying & revising, testing, debugging & troubleshooting, & documenting a CT project.