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    Melissa Bennett
     
    Courses:
    • Computer Science I
    • Computer Science II
    • Computer Science III
    • STEM 3: Engineering Design and Presentation 2
    • STEM 4: Engineering Design and Problem Solving 
    Campus:  
    Sunnyvale High School
     
    E-mail: 
    melissa.bennett@sunnyvaleisd.com
     
    Phone:
    (972)203-4600 Ext#3220

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
  • Classroom Resources:
    • All Classes-

    Files are kept in a "Google Classroom" to maintain copyright for some of our course materials. 

    Students will receive an access code from their teacher. Once students have joined their course, they will have access to

    our class resources, assignments, and files.  


    Tutoring Times:

    Tuesday and Thursday 3:15-3:45PM

    Room 217 

    *Later times and other times can be made by appointment.* 


    Weekly Class Objectives: 

    Computer Science 1: 

    Students will demonstrate their understanding and be assessed on the basics of circuits, schematics, and programming applying discussions, notes, and examples

    from the musical coding unit and through hands on experiences with connecting circuits and coding a song in Arduino. 

     

    Computer Science 2: 
    • Students will demonstrate their understanding and be assessed on the basics of connectors and hardware and how these items interface with software to make the computer work. Students will show an understanding of acronyms used in COSC. Students will be able to compare and anayze the logic of circuits, and code in multiple programming languages and discuss the similarities of their function and pseudocode.
    Computer Science 3: 
    • Students will demonstrate their understanding and be assessed on the basics of connectors and hardware and how these items interface with software to make the computer work. Students will show an understanding of acronyms used in COSC. Students will be able to compare and anayze the logic of circuits, and code in multiple programming languages and discuss the similarities of their function and pseudocode.
    STEM 3: Engineering Design and Presentation 2-
    • Students will demonstrate their understanding and be assessed on types of modeling, mathematical symbols and terms in CAD, and basic CAD techniques including boundary and constructive geometries in CAD. Students will be able to describe CAD and concurrent engineering practices. 
     
    STEM 4: Engineering Design and Problem Solving(UT Dual Enrollment Option)-
    See Ms. ELizabeth Fawcett's teacher website for course details.  
     

    Important Due Dates for Major Projects and Tests: 

     
    Computer Science 1: 
    Musical Coding Unit Test Tuesday
     
    Computer Science 2:
    Musical Coding Unit Test Wednesday
     
    Computer Science 3: 
    Musical Coding Unit Test Wednesday
     
    STEM 3: Engineering Design and Presentation 2-
    Musical Coding Unit Test Wednesday

    Events: 

     BEST ROBOTICS: 
    Demo Day         Saturday 10/6, Gilliam Academy, Dallas
    Game Day         Saturday 10/20, Newman Smith High School, Carrollton

     

    Ten80  

    Field Trip          September 27, 2018, Waxahachi Civic Center

    This field trip is for STEM 3, STEM 4, and Computer Science 3

    Field Trip Form