Believe it or not, it is time to start thinking about classes for the next school year. If you are a student currently enrolled in a CS course at Chattahoochee, your teacher has already talked with you and put in a recommendation for next year. Just verify that the course is showing up on your tentative schedule and you are good!
If you are wanting to take an APCS course next year, you must have taken Intro to Digital Tech. If this course is already on your transcript, you should be able to select APCS Principles or APCSA. If you haven't take IDT, you have two options at this point.
If you have specific questions, please email me or stop by G127. I will also be talking with parents and students on Tuesday evening, February 11th at the AP & Elective night.
Students: If you have been absent from class this week, you can go to your Microsoft Teams page and find coding instructional videos in your class feed. Hope this helps!
Check google classroom for an adjustment to the codehs assignment.
The Chattahoochee curriculum nights are just around the corner. 9th and 11th grade curriculum night is Monday, August 26th @ 6:30 pm. 10th and 12th grade curriculum night is on Wednesday, August 28th at 6:30 pm. I look forward to meeting everyone!
For those of you who can't make it, here is the PowerPoint presentation...
2019 Curriculum Night Presentation
Some odds & ends as we approach the beginning of school...
You may recognize some people in this video! Sixth period...I'm talking to you! :)
There is no summer assignment this year for either APCS Principles or APCSA. Relax, enjoy your summer break & come back in August ready to work!
One of the main programming tools that we use in APCS Principles is EarSketch from GA Tech. This development environment allows the students to create music using the Python coding language. This is the second year that I have had the privilege of working with the GA Tech team. The students like the blend of creativity and programming with EarSketch.
The following article was recently published about the EarSketch program. Hope you enjoy! http://www.news.gatech.edu/features/creating-next-code-composers
All Computer Science courses are part of the CTAE Department.
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Dr. Mike Todd
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Photo courtesy of EarSketch from GA Tech