Charles Winer, Professor/Head-CITG Department, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, INDeborah Boisvert, Executive Director, BATEC Center for Computing and Information Technologies at University of Massachusetts BostonPierre Thiry, Instructor, Computer Networking and Information Technology, City College of San FranciscoStudents need a special set of thinking skills to work and define a problem. This is Computational Thinking. Computational Thinking is paired with Scenario-Based Learning as a technique to teach participants how to prepare their students to use computers in different ways as they problem solve in various disciplines. During this session participants will learn how to engage their students in a unique learning methodology.This is an interactive workshop of how to teach Computational Thinking (CT) via Scenario Based Learning (SBL), and show teacher participants how to use our AGoogle Sites SBL template to develop their own scenarios in any discipline that they teach. This presentation is based on the experiences of our NSF CPATH ASSECT grant (NSF CCF 0939089).Participants may use either their own laptop computers or supplied lab computers to access the Internet during this hands-on presentation. Participants will be able to use the Google Sites SBL template to see how to create their own computational thinking scenario for their unique discipline.