Question Description Like most, we find ourselves having to teach remotely. Starting next Monday (3/30) we begin 2 weeks of "Enrichment". Then we need to prepare ourselves for "phase 2" - online learning.
Join CS for All Teachers on Wednesday, January 27, at 4:30pm Pacific/7:30pm Eastern for a webinar hosted by CS for All Teachers community ambassador, Omar Shepherd.
What resources do you have for the NEW AP CSP 2021 EXAM?! I have folders and folders of OLD material and I could use help compiling some NEW FREE resources for this updated 2021 exam... Especially FUN materials to assign for individual use (games are always a hit!).
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. marched so that his children would not be judged by the color of their skin... So perhaps looking at algorithms that identify people based on their physical characteristics isn't exactly what he had in mind.
I'm not sure why this is free right now, but one of my students noticed that the Kindle edition of Barron's AP CSA test prep IS FREE right now!
Today is National Rubber Duck Day! What a perfect day to use Rubber Duck Debugging with students! Here are some of my favorite resources:
With the start of the new year let's do a better job with sharing and collaborating on effective teaching and learning resources to enhance teacher instruction and student learning.
I am always in search of websites and activities for my students to complete beyond our class time. I often direct my classes to the Code.org website as an option for those who finish their work early, or for students who welcome extra challenges.
Question Description We are utilizing the Version 3.0 Unit 6: Computing Applications as an introduction to Python for students to have a better foundation when using the Python language with the Edison robots.
Knowing your WHY for Computer Science education is so important! It becomes your guide, rationale, motivation, rubric and motto throughout your journey with computer science ed. Check out this blog post about knowing your why for CS!!
UTeach CS has developed new resources to help you actively and equitably recruit students into CS! (free micro-credential, editable planning guide, flyers, and recruitment tips)
The Hour of Code is a global movement in 180+ countries that started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science.
Question Description Https://slideplayer.com/slide/11002972 author Jeffery cook has part of the multistep ECS Intro to Computer Applications on line. I thought this information was not accessible to public, unless part of the community.
Question Description This year after the AP Exam I decided to assign a video project for my students. The assignment is to create a recruitment video for computer science. Have any one else done this and do you possibly have a rubric that you used to evaluate the project?
Question Description Is there an archive of past webinars?
I worked with Shawn Kenner to adapt this App Inventor to Java to Pseudocode comparison chart to include Code.org's App Lab.