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This is an activity that can be used to introduce students to how the ASCII code is used in representing letters in coding.  Students will be given a table of the ASCII code that will be used to decode words and phases.  Then students will create a message in ASCII code and exchange with a fellow student to decyper the code.  An extension of this lesson can be to intoduce students to binary code that represent each digit int he ASCII code.

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Data and Analysis
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Author:
Mary GREER
06/28/2022
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This slideshow introduces students to counting in binary and contains a very short self-check to help gauge understanding.

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Cross-Curricular
Data and Analysis
Mathematics
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Jude Raffeinner
01/23/2022
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In this lesson, students will create a binary art representation of their names. This will reinforce the concept of using numbers to represent non-numeric ideas.

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Jude Raffeinner
01/19/2022
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One of the fundamental computer science concepts is that everything we do on a computer is really just turning binary digits on and off. Even though this sounds simple, it can be a concept that is hard to wrap one's head around. This activity brings the binary concept to reality through the creation of binary bracelets or bookmarks.

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Computer Science
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Kim Wilkens
02/29/2020
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Binary is a way of representing information using only two options.Binary uses a series of 0 and 1 to represent information. In this activity, students will use a chart that converts binary numbers to alphabetic characters. This activity incorporates decoding of binary code into letters to answer questions related to energy and motion.

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Data and Analysis
Force/Motion/Energy
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Activity/Lab
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Christopher McElraft
04/18/2022
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This lesson exposes students to the idea that computers have their own numeric language and that any data such as a picture, color, song, etc. can actually be represented using numeric values a computer understands.  Students will be able to identify the binary system and use the binary codes to represent textual data.  Students will also be able to represent pictures using numeric values by understanding and using the concept of pixels

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Data and Analysis
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Homework/Assignment
Lecture Notes
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Christina Martin
04/14/2022
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Students will complete math problems on the Mathematical Color Picking handout to create corls by using the answers as values for Red, Green, and Blue,The handout also integrates number sense concepts that use the RGB values.

Subject:
Impacts of Computing
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Activity/Lab
Lesson
Author:
Christopher McElraft
04/20/2022
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Springing off of the picture book The Name Jar by Yangsook Choi, students contemplate diverse cultures and customs before learning about how a computer program translates English to binary code. This resource combines ELA with computer science and includes interactive read aloud questions, a discussion about culturally diverse backgrounds, review of the prefix bi-, introduction of binary language (with a translation chart), and instructions to create binary bracelets.

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Computer Science
Data and Analysis
English
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Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Author:
Kim Keith
04/30/2021
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This slideshow introduces students to binary, what it represents and how computers see and use it.

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Data and Analysis
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Visual Media
Author:
Jude Raffeinner
01/18/2022
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Words matter, and the words we say to ourselves matter most of all.Through a series of reflective questions, students find their "one word" of focus to encourage and inspire them in the coming months. Appropriate for the beginning of the school year, the start of a new calendar year, or anytime in between, this lesson plan includes ideas for incorporating personal goal setting with writing, digital learning integration, and a follow-up lesson integrating computer science.

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English
Writing
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Author:
Kim Keith
05/06/2021
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This is a follow-up lesson to One Word: My Mantra which will allow students to write their "one word" in a different language and create classroom decor that will remind them how the classroom community is linked together to support one another in staying focused on their goals.

Subject:
Computer Science
Data and Analysis
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Author:
Kim Keith