AP Computer Science Principals

Big Ideas

  • Creativity
  • Abstraction
  • Data and Information
  • Algorithms
  • Programming
  • The Internet
  • Global Impact

Computational Thinking Practices

  • Connecting computing
  • Creating computational artifacts
  • Abstracting
  • Analyzing problems and artifacts
  • Communicating
  • Collaborating

 

Computer Science: The New Literacy

Whether it’s 3-D animation, engineering, music, app development, medicine, visual design, robotics, or political analysis, computer science is the engine that powers the technology, productivity, and innovation that drive the world. Computer science experience has become an imperative for today’s students and the workforce of tomorrow.

The AP Program designed AP Computer Science Principles with the goal of creating leaders in computer science fields and attracting and engaging those who are traditionally underrepresented with essential computing tools and multidisciplinary opportunities.

 

Rigorously Developed

In development since 2008, AP Computer Science Principles was created with significant support from the National Science Foundation. The College Board worked with more than 50 leading high school and higher education computer science educators who piloted the course at their institutions. This rigorous process of development and testing has yielded a course that not only reflects the latest scholarship in the field, but provides students with a relevant and engaging learning experience.

Over 90 colleges and universities have stated their support for the course, with the majority anticipating they will award college credit for high exam scores.

 

 


AP Computer Science Principals

 

Code.org- AP Computer Science Principals Syllabus

Mr. Burrill's Course Syllabus


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Code Studio - App Lab - Blown to Bits - Nimbus Screencast


Unit 4 - Big Data and Privacy

The data rich world we live in also introduces many complex questions related to public policy, law, ethics and societal impact. In many ways this unit acts as a unit on current events. It is highly likely that there will be something related to big data, privacy and security going on in the news at any point in time. The major goals of the unit are

1) for students to develop a well­rounded and balanced view about data in the world around them and both the positive and negative effects of it and

2) to understand the basics of how and why modern encryption works

Day 32 -Unit 4: Lesson 1- What is Big Data?

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2017 USC vs UCLA Snickers Bet

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--Journal--

 

Day 33 -Unit 4: Lesson 2- Rapid Research - Data Innovations

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2017 USC vs UCLA Snickers Bet

Today's Agenda-

--Journal--

  • Finish all code.org Lessons

 

Day 34 -Unit 4: Lesson 3 & 4: Identifying People With Data / The Cost of Free

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2017 USC vs UCLA Snickers Bet

Today's Agenda-

--Journal--

 

Day 35 -Unit 4: Lesson 5: Simple Encryption

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UCLA Lost Again...

Today's Agenda-

  • Quiz
  • Lesson 5- Simple Encryption
  • Encryption Uses
  • Encrypt a Message
  • Test Your Security Encryption
  • Code.org Lessons
  • LinkedIn Lesson
  • Review / Next Class

--Journal--

 

Day 36 -Unit 4: Lesson 6: Encryption With Keys and Passwords

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--Journal--

  • Vocab- Vigenère cipher, Computationally Hard

 

Day 37 -Unit 4: Lesson 7 & 8: Public Key Crypto / Rapid Research- Cyber Crime

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--Journal--

 

Day 38 -Unit 4: Lesson 9- Practice PT- Big Data and Security Dilemas

 

Today's Agenda-

--Journal--

  • Unit 4 Test 40 Points

 

Day 39 -Test and Performance Task

 

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--Journal--

 

Day 40 - Review for Final Day 1- Units 1-2

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  • Review for Final- Units 1-2

--Journal--

 

Day 41 - Review for Final Day 2- Units 3-4

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--Journal--

  • 1st Semester Final Exam Units 1-4 (70 Points)

 

Day 42 - 1st Semester Final Exam

 

Today's Agenda-

  • 1st Semester Final Exam Units 1-4
  • 70 Points
  • 140 Questions
  • 1/2 Point Each Question
  • You May Use Your Journals
  • Good Luck!
  • Happy Holidays!

--Journal-- (Stuff to do Over Winter Break)

 

Continue to Unit 5- Building Apps

 

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