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Education and Characteristics of Computational Thinking: A Systematic Literature Review
The purpose of this research paperwork is to learn about computational thinking (CT) in terms of its characteristics and how it influences teaching and learning through a systematic implementation of a literature review. The SLR methodology implemented is oriented to education and engineering, selecting 90 articles from the Scopus database. The results allow identifying the characteristics that influence computational thinking to generate skills to solve problems with the application of software, block programming, and artifact design and, on the other hand, how it influences the teaching-learning of computational thinking for teachers and students to generate programming skills working in some environments such as Scratch or Snap, 3D technology to solve problems of industry 4.0. In conclusion, computational thinking allows working on computer science principles so that the student can decompose, generalize, and recognize patterns for the development of the industry, so it is of utmost importance for problem-solving through digital tools, technology to produce ideas, and innovative and systematic solutions.