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Fred Jaravata
24:41
Hello from beautiful Sacramento—but its really hot ;)
Adrienne Science
25:26
hi!! Adrienne here from HOT and muggy Raleigh NC!
Jennie
25:26
Jennie Kelly from Pearland, TX. reading
mgarda
25:28
Hi from Pittsburgh -- it is VERY hot here!
Aaron C.
25:33
also 'hot' in Kentucky
dunderhill
25:33
I’m Diane Underhill from Neenah, WI and I like to read books that have nothing to do with education, math, or computers during the summer. I usually like to travel, but that’s not happening this year!
Kristin Brown
25:35
Hi! I'm Kristin in Madison WI. I love spending time with my two boys!
Dave
25:37
Dave from Oakley where it is HOT!
Marlene Stubber
25:42
Hi! I'm Marlene. At the current moment, I'm just sweating away while doing tech work at school. Not really self-care!
Muenz
25:44
Sseattle Washington - threatening to rain, but warm
Roland
25:46
Hi everyone, Roland from Fresno. TOO HOT All Week!
Joseph Haller
25:47
Hello from Las Vegas - 104F today
Fred Jaravata
25:48
Hahaha… love all the Hot weather!
Aaron Rogers
25:51
Aaron Rogers from Palatine, IL. Enjoying time on a boat in the water.
Mary Coffey
25:58
Mary from Cleveland, OH
Abigail Sheridan
26:00
Jersey, warm but not hot today
Karen Cico
26:02
Karen Cico from Bedford VA
nancyrugel
26:04
Hi I’m Nancy from Philadelphia area. Swimming in the pool to relax!
Christine Dunbar
26:05
Hi Christine from Portsmouth RI, the beach is my happy place.
Noel Purcell
26:06
I'm Noel from Rosenberg, Texas (Houston). Hot and humid!
Irum Khan
26:10
Irum Khan from NY
Cathleen Tupper
26:13
Hi. I'm Cathleen Tupper from Melbourne Florida. Very hot here as well but a beautiful beach day!
Sarah Stratman
26:16
Omaha, Nebraska
Kim Hansen
26:18
Kim Hansen from Vancouver, Washington. I'm focusing on getting enough sleep and going for walks.
Danielle Fair
26:20
Danielle from Marysville, Michigan
Joseph Haller
26:23
...but it’s a dry heat.
Dayna Morris
26:23
Dayna from New Jersey
mgarda
26:24
Maureen from Pittsburgh-- love sleeping in!
Eileen Fallon
26:33
Eileen from New Jersey. Love to hang out by the pool or beach!
Stephanie Eggers
26:37
Hello from Valdese North Carolina
Iris Ho
26:41
Iris from NYC
Deanna Barron
26:46
Deanna from San Diego, CA :)
Katie Anderson
26:47
Katie from Arlington heights il
Stephanie Eggers
26:59
Love hanging out at the pool wishing I were at the beach
Ian Ostrom
26:59
Ian from Naples, Florida
Iris Ho
29:16
can you drop the link in the chat?
Rosie / Code.org
29:33
Question parking lot: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PHBXvXphr35kP4i72bPGhxFOea1H0hPq98XdWKbT4wE/edit
Rosie / Code.org
30:16
20-21 Course Update: https://code.org/educate/csp-course-updates
Iris Ho
30:38
thank you!
mgarda
32:20
That is SO awesome! Thanks for helping us out!
Rosie / Code.org
33:00
Welcome new participants! Feel free to drop your questions in our question parking lot: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PHBXvXphr35kP4i72bPGhxFOea1H0hPq98XdWKbT4wE/edit
mgarda
42:06
This is really cool!
Rosie / Code.org
42:25
https://studio.code.org/s/csp5-2020/stage/10/puzzle/4
Irum Khan
42:26
Sounds very interesting
Rebekah Kim
42:27
What if students want to import their own data?
Rosie / Code.org
42:35
Try out yourself!: https://studio.code.org/s/csp5-2020/stage/10/puzzle/4
Hannah Walden
42:40
Rebekah - they can import their own data in the Data tab
Rebekah Kim
43:11
Thanks!
Kim Hansen
49:37
That was a lot of code!!!
Muenz
49:52
Theres definately alot to choose from. That will be fun
Kristin Brown
50:01
I like that you explicitly ask them to NAME THE LISTS!
Joseph Haller
50:03
There is something for everyone for the data sets. Glad to see lists used so extensively.
Karen Cico
50:06
Much more real world skills
Eileen Fallon
50:11
I think students will like using the data. It will make their programs more interesting
Rebekah Kim
50:13
Like the data sets. Are the students shown how to import their own data/do we need to show them how?
Marlene Stubber
50:16
I changed the table by importing a different one and deleting cats, but then didn't think to change the code to pull the correct info at first.
Jennie
50:19
I like the comments in the code.
Danielle Fair
50:37
They can see that CS and Data can apply to their own personal interests
Stephanie Eggers
51:12
Definitely more real world
Stephanie Eggers
56:07
addition
Eliz Carden
56:10
square root
Adrienne Science
56:11
sqrt
Katie Anderson
56:11
log
Kristin Brown
56:11
multiply
Stephanie Eggers
56:12
subtraction
Jean
56:12
add, subtract
Danielle Fair
56:13
trig functions
Stephanie Eggers
56:18
multiply
Katie Anderson
56:20
graph
Stephanie Eggers
56:20
pie
Rebekah Kim
56:21
store
Jim
56:22
mod
Joseph Haller
56:23
Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divided, Sqrt
Stephanie Eggers
56:26
exponential
Aaron C.
56:26
add, subtract, multiply, divide is a four-function calculator ...
Jean
56:27
statistic
mgarda
56:34
absolute value
Kyle
56:41
convert units of measurement
Eileen Fallon
56:41
clear memory
Ian Ostrom
56:44
daysLeftInSummer
mgarda
56:54
square root
Rosie / Code.org
57:40
https://studio.code.org/s/csp7-2020/stage/6/puzzle/3
mgarda
58:43
Good ways to teach abstraction!
Hannah Walden
01:01:03
QknKuZ43vDAP8ZIHHRhy-d0U-K-pc1iFLKneT7rzqg4
Aaron Rogers
01:04:20
In the event that the code didn't work, would Hannah have to change her library code and then reshare?
Hannah Walden
01:05:49
Aaron - I (Hannah) would make the changes on my end, and then click "update" in the share library dialogue. On Kaitie's end, when she visits "Manage Libraries" in the gear menu, she would see a notification that I had made an update, and she can select to receive the update.
Kim Hansen
01:13:50
Lots of pre-planning. :)
Stephanie Eggers
01:13:50
I am having create a new Canvas course. It’s time consuming
Marlene Stubber
01:13:53
definitely want to work my way through the first unit or two
mgarda
01:13:56
It is easier to have the datasets built-in because things are always blocked at school!
Adrienne Science
01:14:02
saw a better way for kids to share
Katie Anderson
01:14:04
trying to figure out what works with an iPad and what doesn’t.
Donna Sware
01:14:10
Makes me a little nervous as I barely got a handle on the last course and now there is a lot of new stuff
Aaron C.
01:14:11
I shared that as a teacher with little to no background in CS - I am back to being a lot more intimidated again … I don't really know 'this stuff' already
Muenz
01:14:14
Gosh, I am not sure how to start preparing because we do not know if we will be virtual, hybrid, or other?
dunderhill
01:14:15
Thinking about how to do these lessons (part or full time) virtually
Joseph Haller
01:14:20
LIbraries and data tools bring students much closer to what a real developer does in making applications for end-users.
Jean
01:14:20
We like these advanced features for sure! But we thought it'd be hard to teach virtually, students may need more in-person support.
Ian Ostrom
01:14:21
Prepping student manipulative packets in case of remote learning
Roland
01:14:21
I am going to pre-record video on the overall course and include zooms to go through details.
Kim Hansen
01:14:21
Yes, appreciate the datasets.
Aaron Rogers
01:14:25
Lists/libraries definitely upped the level of difficulty and I will need to go through it all myself. However, VERY important in real-world preparation
Larry Hiemenz
01:14:38
I have to teach spreadsheets so I'll be teaching some importing/exporting
Stephanie Eggers
01:14:42
You did not discuss traversals
Joseph Haller
01:15:04
Libraries are a great additions. Most real programs are built using them.
Kristin Brown
01:15:14
Since Lists are a big idea in the Create Task, I like that we are being introduced to them earlier in the year and go deeper.
Aaron C.
01:15:16
YUP
Fred Jaravata
01:15:27
thanks
Katie Anderson
01:15:27
a lot does work with ipad if they have a mouse or trackpad. fyi
Ian Ostrom
01:15:53
Appreciate the powerpoints
Kaitie O'Bryan / Code.org
01:16:26
forum.code.org - it is a great place to share!
Hannah Walden
01:16:40
Thanks, Ian!
mgarda
01:16:56
Katie has shared AWESOME resources! Thank you!
Kaitie O'Bryan / Code.org
01:17:14
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FSg2KuSecDN08Q88GIedZrGvZd3bVX1Ik19lLYEu9r4/edit#heading=h.63twiulc7xv5
Kaitie O'Bryan / Code.org
01:17:21
Pacing guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FSg2KuSecDN08Q88GIedZrGvZd3bVX1Ik19lLYEu9r4/edit#heading=h.63twiulc7xv5
Donna Sware
01:17:37
Yes I like the ppts too. Good thing about the new stuff is that makes it harder to cheat. I had some problems with students copying code for the coding projects as there is so much stuff on the Internet.
Stephanie Eggers
01:18:18
What units should we cover if teaching a Spring semester only
dunderhill
01:19:58
Are all of the presentations finished for units 1-10?
Kaitie O'Bryan / Code.org
01:20:33
Again: Our question parking lot is here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PHBXvXphr35kP4i72bPGhxFOea1H0hPq98XdWKbT4wE/edit#
Kaitie O'Bryan / Code.org
01:20:48
You can find the questions from Webinar #2 as well in that doc.
Joseph Haller
01:21:30
Can we roll back an updated library if it breaks our code?
Rosie / Code.org
01:22:06
https://bit.ly/cspwebinar3
Rosie / Code.org
01:22:27
Let us know your thoughts/feedback from this session! ^
Kristin Brown
01:22:52
thanks!