At Baldwin, we provide many opportunities to use technology within the curriculum. However, through the technology and computer science curriculum, we focus on providing a solid foundation in computational thinking and technical skills. Computational thinking involves problem solving skills, the process of abstracting, planning, working with data, and figuring out how computers can help with the problem-solving process, among other things. While computational thinking forms the foundation for computer science, it is important to many disciplines. While the specific technological tools we use continue to evolve, a computational way of thinking will provide students with the ability to evolve with them.