Computational Thinking (CT) Among University Students


  • Ban Hassan Majeed Baghdad University
  • Lina Fouad Jawad Baghdad University
  • Haider Th.Salim Alrikabi Wasit University/ College of Engineering



Computational Thinking (CT), University student, Smart Technologies, Online learning


Computational Thinking (CT) is very useful in the process of solving everyday problems for undergraduates. In terms of content, computational thinking involves solving problems, studying data patterns, deconstructing problems using algorithms and procedures, doing simulations, computer modeling, and reasoning about abstract things. However, there is a lack of studies dealing with it and its skills that can be developed and utilized in the field of information and technology used in learning and teaching. The descriptive research method was used, and a test research tool was prepared to measure the level of (CT) consisting of (24) items of the type of multiple-choice to measure the level of "CT". The research study group consists of (100) third-year students studying at the University of Baghdad in Computer Science within the scope of (2020-2021). The results are detailed.

Author Biography

Haider Th.Salim Alrikabi, Wasit University/ College of Engineering

Wasit University,College of Engineering,Electrical Engineering Department




How to Cite

Majeed, B. H. ., Jawad, L. F. ., & Alrikabi, H. T. (2022). Computational Thinking (CT) Among University Students. International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM), 16(10), pp. 244–252.



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