"In this 45-minute broadcast, students will explore the computational thinking skill of abstraction.
Abstraction reduces how hard a problem or task is by focusing on what's important. We do that by deciding what the important information is and then removing all the unnecessary details. Abstraction is also used when we want to have one object or word stand for an action."
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