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Semaine
1
25 minutes pour terminer

Welcome!

Meet Dr. Simon and fellow learners in this class! Find out what you’ll be doing and learning.

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2 vidéos (Total 7 min), 2 lectures
2 vidéos
Optional: The Computational Thinking & Block Programming in K-12 Education Specialization3 min
2 lectures
Using Googledocs in this Course3 min
Why Snap? Create your account10 min
5 heures pour terminer

Nested Repeats

How can we simplify instructions further with repeats? How do you dance the chicken dance? We’ll cover these questions and more in this module! Learn how nested repeats work by making dance instructions, solving programming puzzles, and creating a program. Prepare for class discussions around challenging questions about nested repeats.

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6 vidéos (Total 48 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
6 vidéos
(Optional) Writing Programs: What's special for teachers?4 min
Debugging: Nested Repeats6 min
(Optional) More programming puzzles -- but different!9 min
(Optional) Demo: How to do Non-Interactive Puzzles8 min
Classroom Discussions: Nested Repeats15 min
2 lectures
Interactive Puzzle Instructions: Nested Repeats25 min
Non-Interactive Programming Puzzles25 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Puzzle It Out5 min
Check your knowledge quiz5 min
Semaine
2
4 heures pour terminer

More Nested Repeats & Events

Be prepared for teaching nested repeats with code.org’s Bee and Zombie programming challenges, and get ready to learn about events! Find out how to grab your students’ attention with events, and practice your understanding by imagining: what if you could control someone with a game controller? Learn more about events by playing with programming puzzles and creating your own program.

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2 vidéos (Total 7 min), 5 lectures, 5 quiz
2 vidéos
Debugging: Events4 min
5 lectures
Experience a code.org Maze lesson: nested repeats45 min
How do things happen in video games?4 min
Events you already use every day!5 min
Interactive Puzzles Instructions: Events20 min
Non-Interactive Programming Puzzles25 min
3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Concept Mastery Quiz: Nested Repeats30 min
Puzzle It Out5 min
Check your knowledge quiz5 min
Semaine
3
3 heures pour terminer

More Events & Variables

In this module, we’ll explore how events are taught in the classroom and go through another code.org challenge: this time, we’re creating the game of Bounce (or Pong), which is just like air hockey! We’ll also introduce how variables are placeholders for data by displaying them as a real-world placeholders: envelopes. Work on getting comfortable with variables in a variety of programming puzzles.

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3 vidéos (Total 16 min), 6 lectures, 4 quiz
3 vidéos
Variables in Envelopes Activity3 min
Debugging: Variables7 min
6 lectures
Events: What do students struggle with?5 min
Where and how are Events covered in code.org curriculum?10 min
Events in code.org: A Seminal Lesson30 min
What are variables?3 min
Finish the Activity Yourself!15 min
Interactive Puzzle Instructions: Variables25 min
3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Concept Mastery Quiz: Events14 min
Variables In Envelopes Assessment7 min
Puzzle It Out5 min
Semaine
4
4 heures pour terminer

More Variables

After working through some tricky examples of changing variables, we’re ready to bring variables to your classroom! First, we’ll cover a more thorough lesson plan for the “variables as envelopes” metaphor. Then, we’ll head back to the code.org Artist environment to show the true power of variables and how much they can affect our drawings!

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1 vidéo (Total 13 min), 3 lectures, 4 quiz
3 lectures
Non-Interactive Programming Puzzles35 min
Review an Unplugged Lesson Plan for variables20 min
Variables in code.org40 min
2 exercices pour s'entraîner
Check your knowledge quiz5 min
Concept Mastery Quiz: Variables32 min

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À propos de la Spécialisation Computational Thinking & Block Programming in K-12 Education

In the 21st century, computational thinking is a skill critical for all the world's citizens. Computing and technology is impacting all our lives and everyone needs to know how to formulate problems and express their solutions such that a computer can carry it out. In this Specialization you will both learn several block-based languages, but using novel approaches designed to make learning programming easier. Covers most CSTA Algorithms & Programming Standards for Algorithms, Variables, Control, and Modularity: Levels 1-3A....
Computational Thinking & Block Programming in K-12 Education

Foire Aux Questions

  • Une fois que vous êtes inscrit(e) pour un Certificat, vous pouvez accéder à toutes les vidéos de cours, et à tous les quiz et exercices de programmation (le cas échéant). Vous pouvez soumettre des devoirs à examiner par vos pairs et en examiner vous-même uniquement après le début de votre session. Si vous préférez explorer le cours sans l'acheter, vous ne serez peut-être pas en mesure d'accéder à certains devoirs.

  • Lorsque vous vous inscrivez au cours, vous bénéficiez d'un accès à tous les cours de la Spécialisation, et vous obtenez un Certificat lorsque vous avez réussi. Votre Certificat électronique est alors ajouté à votre page Accomplissements. À partir de cette page, vous pouvez imprimer votre Certificat ou l'ajouter à votre profil LinkedIn. Si vous souhaitez seulement lire et visualiser le contenu du cours, vous pouvez accéder gratuitement au cours en tant qu'auditeur libre.

  • In this course you will learn to guide students in learning about nested loops, events, and variables using Parsons' Problems to make learning less frustrating and give students more practice in less time.

    You will also learn about common bugs students make in creating programs with nested loops, events, and variables and specific approaches to help them figure out and fix their bugs. You will prepare to lead classroom discussions to deepen students knowledge and hear expert explanations you can model.

    Finally you will learn why Parsons' Problems support easier learning of programming concepts and design a Parsons' Problem to use in your teaching. You will also develop classroom resources to support a positive and equitable experience in your computing lab classroom.

  • Yes! This course is designed as component of a Specialization that is 1 of a set of 4 Specializations (all will be offered on Coursera) that will support the requirements of the California Supplementary Authorization. Additionally, the Specialization may support credentialing or authorization in other states. However, most states require a transcript from an accredited institution of higher education. See the FAQ question on “Will I earn university credit” to find out how to get such a transcript.

  • Yes, you can earn UCSD credit for completing this course, but only by completing the full Computational Thinking and Block Programming in K-12 Education Specialization. In addition, you will need to (1) Enroll in an additional UCSD Extension course before completing the capstone ($500) and (2), complete part of the capstone project via an online proctoring service. After this is done, your Specialization course grades will be accumulated and a transcript with your final grade (both letter grade or pass-only supported) will be issued from UCSD with 4 graduate-level units. These are eligible to count towards the California Supplementary Authorization.

  • There is no background knowledge, neither in education nor in Computer Science, required to take this course - just an interest in learning how to give computers instructions to solve problems! However, if you have no prior programming experience, we recommend you take the preceding course in this Specialization first.

    Basic proficiency in the use of Googledocs will be needed to complete assignments within the course. Google help documentation will be provided, and with some extra attention, first time use of Googledocs should not be a barrier to successful completion of the course.

  • By providing this course online, our goal is to enable you to master all the material in the course at a pace that is appropriate for you, rather than the typical processes of picking a specific date and measuring how much you can learn by that date of in-person courses. Instead of the relatively bigger chunks of learning work found in traditional courses (e.g. go to class, read the book, do homework, study for the test) this course has a lot of smaller and more diverse activities that guide your learning experience.

    We use a lot of online features to: break learning into smaller chunks; engage you more in thinking and discussing content with others; better integrate and more frequently test your knowledge (with a focus on mastery, allowing you to go back and learn what you missed then come test again); give you practice in teaching-specific skills you will need as an educator (finding and evaluating online teaching resources, critiquing and modifying lesson plans)

    We hope you enjoy and learn a lot!

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