I highly recommend this very readable book to teachers who are new to the subject of computing. It looks at everyday kind of problems, such as sorting the post or fixing a broken necklace, and demonstrates a logical, algorithmic way to tackle them. If you know someone, perhaps a colleague, who finds programming terrifying, give them this book.
Bad Choices: How Algorithms Can Help You Think Smarter, by Ali Almossawi. (Amazon affiliate link.)
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