Computing Practices & Programming


The course aims to prepare educators to successfully teach computer programming for K-12 students in all curricular areas. Computer science has become a core discipline in our society and a background in algorithmic thinking and problem solving have become important skills. Students will address several California K-12 Computer Science Standards and will utilize a popular and accessible programming language to learn to solve problems. Fundamental topics in programming will be covered, including variables, data types, file input and output, functions, and control structures. Techniques exploring the teaching of programming and the software development process will also be emphasized. All students should have a computer with webcam, headset with microphone, and reliable internet connection.

NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.

This course is applicable towards the Computer Science Authorization and Licensure.

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