Archive for January 26, 2016

Join us for a CSP Webinar on Teaching with Pseudocode

Should be interesting — see if you can guess where each of us sits on the Pseudocode question tonight.

Computer Science Principles (CSP) is a programming language agnostic course. CSP aims to teach students the fundamentals of programming and the process involved in building algorithms and solving problems. Pseudocode and flow charts are two common tools, but how useful are they? How best should they be used in a CSP high school classroom?

Come and listen to Deepa Muralidhar (our webinar host) and the following experts discuss these questions during our next CSPwebinar on Tuesday, January 26 at 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET:

  • Dan Garcia – Professor, UC Berkeley
  • Mark Guzdial – Professor, School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Tech
  • Jill Westerlund – CS Principles Teacher, Hoover High School, Alabama

To join via Adobe Connect, go to http://air.adobeconnect.com/pseudocode/. Or call in at +1-8667678829.

January 26, 2016 at 7:51 am 10 comments


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