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Department of Education
Coding is one tool in the CS toolbox, but CS teaches more than just how to code. CS is about solving problems using computers. Coding (or programming) is using a language in order to carry out these solutions.
Educational technology refers to the use of technology in the learning process. These are often the tools teachers use to deliver a lesson (edx.org).
Digital literacy is the ability to use information and communication technologies (including word processors, spreadsheets, video editing, or presentation software) to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information (ala.org).
Computational thinking refers to the thought processes involved in understanding problems and their solutions in such a way that the solutions can be efectively carried out by a computer (NSF). Computational thinking is a skill that is developed in CS, along with programming, communication, and creativity. Computational thinking is applied in all types of learning, such as math and science courses and it is even established as one of the Science and Engineering Practices in the Next Generation Science Standards.