AP CSP Create Task Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
I can answer for mobileCSP should anyone be using that curriculum.
How do I get the Purple Book " I have the Green one for AP CS A
Hey Cindy…here’s the PDF version https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-computer-science-principles-course-and-exam-description.pdf
Purple Book -https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-computer-science-principles-course-and-exam-description.pdf?course=ap-computer-science-principles
Do students have to work together?
Ana, They don’t have to, but it’s encouraged on the program creation.
Thanks Lea - good to know. It's my first year teaching this, so I am learning too.
ok, so basically each student should be working on their own abstraction and algorithim
even if they are working together
Essentially yes - they need to be able to share their significant contribution to the program development
got it - thank you...
My school will never use the AP exams. I was hoping this would help me build classes. Thanks for inviting me.
You are welcome. This is still a great way to do a final assessment. The curriculums that are available do not require the students take the AP exam.
if a student rein in a final component in the wrong section can we I submit?
unsubmit-I Submit...sorry on phone.
It is easy if it has not been clicked as final
As long as they have not hit final submit and it just shows their artifacts housed in the AP portfolio, then yes
They submitted the Explore Written Response in the Create Written Response.
Can students ENHANCE a practice create that they are currently working on?
Yes, but they must talk about the new code they created for the algorithm and abstraction.
They cannot use the code they created in class that has been graded.
Since you mentioned the College board will fix the mistake, then if they turn in the written response for the explore in the create, do we have them turn in the create in the explore?
Is it legitimate for a coder’s partner be the “tester”? That is, is it a valid for a partner to provide feedback that prompts the coder to revise their code?
Both partners need to contribute an algorithm and abstraction to the final program
Yes they can provide feedback during development
The students can to each other ^^
I like the reference for the algorithms
so an inserted picture doesn’t impact the ‘word count’?
No it does not impact the word count.
For algorithms, how does College Board treat using Random Numbers?
Random Numbers would be an abstracted implementation, so it wouldn’t count as a student created algorithm
Can I share these examples with students? Or only show them during a lesson?
I have students asking me for the powerpoints so they can refer back to them
This has been interesting and useful. Thank you! Good luck and stay safe.
You can share them. They are publicly available on CB
Beauty and Joy of Computing (BJC)https://ncsu.zoom.us/j/93459409261
This was a great presentation! Thanks for all of your time!
what ^ said! Nice job!
Wonderful presentation, Thank you.
Yeah, much appreciated.
Super helpful! Thank you!
Thank you so much for a great presentation!
Teachers can return it to students for that reason, no need to contact collegeboard
Thanks for joining us everyone!!
That's good news!
Thank you, very helpful information!
Thanks for the presentation. It's very helpful.
@Jason Will you provide a link to your slide deck?
I was late. Will I still have access to slides and recording.
Great, thx for both! :-)
Thank you for all the information
No collaboration on the video as it is only allowed to be so big and so long. The video is supposed to demonstrate what that person has done. No way to get both parts shown by each collaborator in that short time is too tight. I suppose the only collaboration in the video could be if one partner wanted to record the other and vice versa?
I'm thinking of switching to the BJC for CSP next year. Not been as happy with the Code.org curriculum
Was going to sign up for the BJC PD this summer as well