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Coding is the new wave! But learning how to write your own programs takes time. Why should lesson prep take yours? This unit gives you everything: student handouts, answer keys, assessments, a culminating activity and a test. Everything you need
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When you combine graphics and for loops animation is the next logical step. This unit combines draw commands, with repetition to create an animated story. Everything is included: student handouts, answer keys, and assessments. This is the first
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Building a computer programming team can be a daunting task. This document will give you some tips how to start and build a team. I started with 4 students and worked my way up to 3 full teams involving 100+ students. This resource is not linked
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Teach kids how to think through coding... As kids write simple output statements they learn how to problem solve one line at a time. This package gives you everything! Student handouts, a PowerPoint lesson, assessments and answer keys. Turing is
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The next step is to control screen output. Give kids the power to put text where they want it and teach them the computer can do math equations just like a calculator. This package builds on the Turing 1 A Put Command with more student handouts,
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Can they control screen output? Let's start by giving them an exemplar to teach how we want them to submit code and then let the kids prove they have mastered the Turing's put command. This package builds on the Turing 1 A Put Command and 1 B Put
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Can they control screen output? This package tests their knowledge and understanding of the concepts and skills taught in these resource packages: the Turing 1 A Put Command, 1 B Put Syntax and 1 C Put Culminating Activity. Four tests, a
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Kids just love graphics. Why not graphics by coding? Let's teach kids how to control basic draw commands, then repetition and finally combining the two concepts together. This unit gives you everything: student handouts, answer keys,
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The best thing about games is the graphics. Kids love to learn how to draw through coding and as a bonus, this will also reinforce their coordinate math skills. As kids write simple draw commands they learn how to problem solve one line at a time.
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Do they really understand how graphic commands work? There's only one way to find out. This package tests the depths of their knowledge as well as their ability to apply that knowledge in new situations! This will test the student’s mastery of
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Now it's time to have some fun with for loops! Drawing commands only draw simple shapes. What if we put them inside a loop? This package builds on the Turing Unit 1 Package as well as the Turing 2 A Draw Commands Package with more student
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Everyone loves Hallowe'en. Students are given a still life scene that they must recreate using for loops and draw commands. The whole purpose of this CA is to learn how to break commands into little steps by sequencing them. It also emphasizes code
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The kids have had fun reproducing a drawn still life. But do they truly understand how the for loop works? This package tests their knowledge and understanding of the concepts and skills taught in these resource packages: the Turing 2 A Draw
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When you combine graphics and for loops animation is the next logical step. This unit combines draw commands, with repetition to create an animated story. Everything is included: student handouts, answer keys, assessments, a culminating activity
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When you combine graphics and for loops animation is the next logical step. This unit combines draw commands, with repetition to create an animated story. Everything is included: student handouts, answer keys, assessments, a culminating activity
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An animation story. This culminating activity allows kids to express themselves. They design their own storyline. They design their own animations. However, the animation topic is already preset by the CA. They have to plan it on paper to your
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The kids have now had three weeks to hone their graphics skills. Can they do the same on paper without a computer? Computers fix your code errors. They also let you easily test and modify your output especially when your planning isn't accurate.
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All programs require variables. This unit uses a case study approach to make the information relevant to kids. The unit provides a handout as well as 16 exercises so kids can practice declaration and assignment statements. The PowerPoint lesson
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All programs require variables. This unit uses a case study approach to make the information relevant to kids. The unit provides a handout as well as 16 exercises so kids can practice declaration and assignment statements. The PowerPoint lesson
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All programming languages have built-in math functions. This unit teaches kids about some of Turing's built-in functions as it reinforces code organization and the concept of designing user friendly applications. Everything is included: student
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught computer science for 30 years. I have extensive experience in curriculum design and implementation. My resources have taken students from introductory programming to Advanced Placement success! My computer programming team had over 100 students from grades 9 to 12 and we regularly made it to the provincial finals. During the last few years I have had 90+ students write the Waterloo Computing Competition (CCC). On the computer engineering side, I designed the curriculum for an introductory engineering course and I also ran a FIRST robotics team for 5 years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I have taught using differentiated instruction in a flipped classroom model long before either of them were buzzwords. Never give answers - only ask more questions! Students need to get there under their own steam otherwise they haven't earned the knowledge and it won't stick! You can't learn how to drive a car in a classroom. You need to be behind the wheel and experience the reality and then try to analyze what you did. The point of programming is to use it as a tool to help students learn how to learn. The language is just the vehicle.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

The second year of our participation in FIRST Robotics we won Canada and advanced to the final championships in Houston Texas. Two of my CCC students made it to the University of Waterloo to participate in the Canadian Computing Olympiad and one of them made it onto the IOC team that competed in Thailand.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Fine Arts. I taught myself how to program and as a result of my own journey I understand how students learn programming.

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I have been a certified Advanced Placement teacher for over twenty years in Java as well as C.

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