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Coding & Tech
Introduction to Coding - Creating Pixel Art
This course explores the code-based creation of pixel art using a webapp called BLite. Though visually similar to Scratch, the goal of BLite programming is to create (static) pixel art as well as geometric patterns and tessellations.
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Topics Covered The Basics of Cartesian coordinates Parameterized functions (i.e., code) for positioning colored rectangles on a Cartesian canvas (i.e., a grid) Algorithms for creating pixel art Class Structure Lecture combined with hands-on activities How will you teach? Lectures, examples, and guided activities Teaching Style I do, we do, you do Interaction Students will...
Dr. Victor Winter is a full professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Nebraska-Omaha and the creator of Bricklayer. His area of expertise is programming languages. Dr. Winter has a particular interest in constructing code in a manner that facilitates understanding as well as various forms of analysis. Prior to accepting a position at UNO Dr. Winter was a Principal Member of the Technical Staff (PMTS) at Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) where he was the lead for the High-Integrity Software project. SNL deals with ultra high-consequence, oftentimes one-of-a-kind, systems. For such systems it is essential to be able to make strong predictive statements about their behavioral profile prior to fielding the system. Such concerns form, motivate, and inspire the basis for Dr. Winter’s interest in reasoning about computation.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
BricklayerTeaching Computer Science and Math through Art
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The mission of Bricklayer is to actively contribute to the creation of an environment in which education in computational thinking, computer science, math, art and the development of spatial abilities can be achieved across the K12 spectrum (and...