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Java Programming for Middle & High School Students (Unit 2)
This is the 2nd unit in a 7 unit course to learn java programming, modified from my high school AP level course to be more appropriate for younger learners.
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How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Java Programming for Middle & High School Aged Students is a course modified from my high school course to allow younger students to learn java programming as well. In addition to video chat and screen sharing, we will be using repl.it as a coding platform. I use repl.it in my physical classrooms as well. It provides a 100% online code editor with real-time feedback. Students can immediately run their code to see what the program looks like. repl.it also provides the teacher the ability...
Students will learn the basics of java in order to create programs that use strings, conditional statements, and, logic operators(and, or, not).
I have been teaching math, special education, and computer science for 14 years. I hold teaching certifications in all three areas in both Pennsylvania and Maryland. I teach java programming as an AP level high school course in my physical classroom.
Students will be given small assignments within the class which are usually finished during the class. The most effective way for the majority of students to learn how to program is by practicing. Most of class time is spent by students typing their own code, with the teacher checking work and troubleshooting errors with students. On larger projects students may need to spend time on their own completing the program.
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students are expected to use repl.it and join my classroom in order to take this course. Repl.it is student friendly. I use this resource in my physical classrooms as well. This does mean your student has access to code written by others, and any posts made by those users. You may read more at repl.it if you need more information. I will walk students through this process during the first session.
Aspiring to be the Mr. Rogers/Bill Nye of Computer Science
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162 total reviews
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I teach classes on computer programming: everything from html and css for web design to game design in Scratch to learning Java programming language. I currently teach high school computer science in Maryland. I used to teach both special...