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Coding & Tech
Understanding Binary Numbers Using Python Programming (11 - 14 Years Old)
Using O's and 1's, students will convert binary to base ten numbers, program and create images and decipher messages.
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During this workshop, students will: Learn the purpose of binary and how it's used Learn how to convert base ten numbers to binary and modify Python program to display the correct binary conversions on an online Raspberry Pi emulator Create image and decode message Link to the online emulator will be provided during class.
Students will learn how to convert base ten numbers to binary and modify existing code to display binary value and images. Learn how to convert base ten numbers to binary and modify Python program to display the correct binary conversions on an online Raspberry Pi emulator Create image and decode message
This class is being offered to help students achieve beyond proficiency in their core subjects particularly in ELA and Math. I have over 10 years of experience teaching technology integration with core subjects to students, teachers and administrators. Combining computer science and technology with these subjects enable students to look a problem from different lens and coming up with solutions in a non-traditional way.
Please refer to the list of material needed.
2 files available upon enrollmentAdditional material needed: Student will need 2 to 3 sheets printed from the 8x8 grid attached and pencil to complete the assignments.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will complete a Kahoot activity to recap knowledge of understanding.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
K-12 STEAM Integrator and techie at heart
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
178 total reviews
162 completed classes
I am a K-12 STEAM Integrator and techie at heart that enjoys teaching electronics, programming, robotics, drones, and engineering concepts. My concentration is in Computer Science and technology integration with primary and middle school core...