COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION Communication

FOCUS:  PATTERNS, PROCEDURES and SEQUENCING

Computer science is everywhere! A day doesn’t go by that you are not using computing technology! From texting to online research for homework, computing is a part of your everyday life. Watch how R&D data, patterns, and processes come together to improve snowboarding so you can PUSH the limits of what you do.
Programming  Competition
How HIGH can you go?

  • Your choice challenge is to program the Bee-Bot to spell a word in a limited amount of time. Have fun in our annual ROBOTIC SPELLING BEE.
  • Decribe the patterns, procedures and sequences you discover.
  • And, please take the CS pledge to continue learning and teaching computer science brain building steps. I did – please see my pledge.
  • Learn more at: csta.acm.org/Advocacy_Outreach/sub/CSEdWeek.html Can you read and understand the URL name?

    Planning and Practice Spelling Bee Source Code
    Planning and Practice Spelling Bee Source Code

    WHAT GIFTS WILL YOU GIVE YOUR BRAIN?

    Spelling Bee Planning to Program a 7-letter word

    “If I Had a Hammer” – BRAINS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

    Published by

    knorth

    In 2011 Karen North was a 28-year computer science, math, technology systems and business teacher. She is an officer with ISTE SIGCT and is on the CSTA Committee working on K-8 Model Curriculum. She is currently a Technology Specialist at an elementary school in Houston ISD, allowing her the opportunity to put into practice her CS research on the K-5 level. Ms. North began her advocacy for computing in the 1980s programming BASIC, Logo and the T.I. Calculator in math courses. She also sponsored the recycling club at her school and is chair of the education committee for Keep Houston Beautiful. Retired now still advocating for outdoor and computer science education. See her home site www.build-a-brain.com for her on going advocacy.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *