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Revision as of 10:36, 5 September 2017

When this two-year course is over, you will have a full, general introduction to the most excellent field of computer science. You will know how to think about problems, you will know how to program a computer to follow instructions that helps to solve a problem.

Please. Don't think like a student. Think like a computer scientist.

Calendar.png Our class meetings

Date of lesson Big idea Our class notes
September 5 2017 Python Click here for notes and homework
September 1 2017 Hexadecimal & Python Click here for notes and homework
August 30 2017 ASCII & Python Click here for notes and homework
August 28 2017 Binary & Logic Click here for notes and homework
August 24 2017 Setup and Binary Click here for notes and homework
August 22 2017 Hello, World! Click here for notes and homework
Click for calendars Warning.png Help! My code isn't working!

Circle.png Helpful resources

Seo.png Documentation

About.png About this course

Classroom Rules

Standards

Grading and Assessment

Academic Honesty

Credit.png Credits

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  • IB Diploma Program Computer science guide (first examinations 2014). Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom: International Baccalaureate Organization. January 2012.