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By Closing the Digital Divide Now
Our very first CS class together and we learn of safety first. There are many reasons why it’s important for children to be safe while using the Internet. Privacy is a big concern for us here at dev46, and we want our young students to understand how to use the internet safely and enjoyably. Arms has some great reasons why he likes the Internet! And share some cool things we can do on the Internet, safely.
Computer science is a valuable skill to learn, and elementary school is the perfect time for students to get started. Six different studies have shown that kids who study computer science perform better in other subjects, are better at problem-solving, and 17% more likely to attend college.
Code.org. CS Curriculum Fundamentals. 2022
Through our partnership with Code.org, the Computer Science Fundamentals are six courses designed to be accessible and equitable. Students get to create their own games, art, and digital stories to share with others.
One way to help students learn computational thinking, problem solving, programming concepts and digital citizenship is to blend online and offline activities. This can involve using computers for some tasks and offline tools for others.
This course is designed to give students a strong foundation in computer science so they can use it to express themselves creatively, communicate effectively, solve problems, and have fun!
The course is designed to align with CSTA standards, providing students with a comprehensive overview of computer science topics such as problem solving, programming, physical computing, user centered design, and data. Through hands-on projects, students will have the opportunity to build their own websites, apps, animations, games, and physical computing systems, developing their skills and confidence along the way.
Schools with Teachers in Code.org's Professional Development Programs.
Computer Science Principles covers a wide range of topics, from the Internet and Big Data to Privacy and Programming. The curriculum is flexible and can be adapted to either an AP or non-AP course.
The College Board has recognized Code.org as an endorsed provider of curriculum and professional development for AP® Computer Science Principles. This recognition affirms that all components of Code.org's CS Principles offerings are aligned to the AP Curriculum Framework standards and the AP CS Principles assessment. This allows us access to resources including an AP CS Principles syllabus pre-approved by the College Board’s AP Course Audit, and officially recognized professional development that prepares teachers to teach this curriculum.