If you are a K-12 teacher looking for computer science activities to integrate into your classroom or a parent looking for computing activities to do at home, check out our free resources below. All activities were created by a Constellations fellow.
Developed by Microsoft and Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) and the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), these tools help educators communicate the importance of computer science and ensure that their classroom environment is welcoming for all students. The guide also details recruitment and retention strategies.
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The Computing Equity Project is the Constellations Center's original project and is focused on expanding access to rigorous computer science courses in high schools across Georgia.
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Converting Binary Numbers to Decimal Numbers These activities can be used in the classroom to help students understand binary numbers and how to convert binary numbers into the decimal systems. Watch the accompanying YouTube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlhsrWKMSmY
Constellations/CodeHS AP CS Principles Course Framework The Constellations Center is implementing the CodeHS online APCSP course in schools integrated with unplugged and physical computing activities to provide a variety of teaching and learning modalities in a rigorous high school computer science course.
Selection Practice Problems Work through selection practice problems. We challenge you to complete all five!