Utilizing a 5E lesson plan design that aligns the academic objectives to ISTE standards, all of the materials are “turn-key” so that they require no previous instructional experience from the teacher in the realm of coding, programming or computer science in order to be effectively taught.
Students will learn about the functions and foundational principles of sequencing, algorithms, loops, and if- statements.
Students will be taught the rules of safe digital interaction, and the core principles of cybersecurity, online safety, and digital citizenship.
Students will learn about the basic hardware and software makeup of computers and the impact of each component on the larger system.
Students will understand the concepts 'copyright’ and ‘plagiarism’ to not only protect their content online but to also give credit to artists and creators when credit is due.
The program will have students apply core math concepts including pattern recognition, estimation, and calculating percentages.
RAM: 4GB or more
CPU: Pentium 5 or later
13" or bigger display
Three-button mouse with scroll wheel
Headphone jack and headphones
Chromebook: Chrome OS 100.0 or later
Windows: 7, 8, 8.1, 10 or later
Mac: OS X El Capitan 10.11 or later
Linux: 64-bit Ubuntu 18.04+, Debian 10+, openSUSE 15.2+, or Fedora Linux 32+