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This is the third in the series of Java programming classes. This series will continue where the second left off, with a more project-based approach. We have moved from the basics and are now ready to delve into the more complicated concepts. Format/Modules: 1. Working with statics - understanding static fields and static methods and implementing statics in the main class of our programming project. 2. Subclasses and inheritance - we will create a subclass from the main class we created and...
Students will learn more about Java - subclasses and inheritance, generic classes, abstract classes and interfaces, and more on arrays.
The first two classes proved to be a tremendous success and I thought - why stop there? My students can keep learning and enhancing their skills till they become very good at this.
We will be using Eclipse and the Java Development Kit. The websites are included in the External Resources section. Computers running Windows 10 and Mac OS will work. PLEASE NOTE THAT CHROMEBOOKS DO NOT WORK.
2 hours per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Ezra A. Williams
Mastery-Based Computer Programming and Math Teacher/Tutor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
110 total reviews
175 completed classes
I am a past Information Technology and Computer Science Teacher. I am currently a Computer Science Teacher and a Computer Programming Instructor. While I have been tutoring unprofessionally all my life, I have been tutoring professionally for the...