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Making Sense of Computer Science Requirements for Texas High Schools -- June 2018

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Making Sense of Texas
Computer Science
Requirements
WeTeach_CS Summit
18-19 June 2018
@HalSpeed @cs4tx
slideshare.net/hal_speed
or halspeed.com
Index of Changing Work Tasks in the U.S. Economy 1960-2009
2 Source: http://content.thridway.org/publications/714/Dancing-With-Robots.pdf
IndexValue:1960=50
3
4 Source: http://curriculumredesign.org/wp-content/uploads/CCR-Plenary-intro-Charles-Fadel1.pdf (excluding computer science)
Computer Science
Goal: Computer Science for All in Texas
5
“Traditional” CS
Students
Everyone Else,
the
“Digitally Illiterate”
Digital Jobs
CSforAll
Everyone Becomes
“Literate” in the
Digital Society
1B
1A
Teach all
students the
foundational
understanding of
computer science
Increase
the number
of students
pursuing digital
careers
CS4TX Local Meetups
 Austin
 Houston
 Dallas-Ft. Worth
 San Antonio
 Midland
 Rio Grand Valley
 Tyler
www.cs4tx.org
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Making Sense of Computer Science Requirements for Texas High Schools -- June 2018

  • 1. Making Sense of Texas Computer Science Requirements WeTeach_CS Summit 18-19 June 2018 @HalSpeed @cs4tx slideshare.net/hal_speed or halspeed.com
  • 2. Index of Changing Work Tasks in the U.S. Economy 1960-2009 2 Source: http://content.thridway.org/publications/714/Dancing-With-Robots.pdf IndexValue:1960=50
  • 3. 3
  • 5. Goal: Computer Science for All in Texas 5 “Traditional” CS Students Everyone Else, the “Digitally Illiterate” Digital Jobs CSforAll Everyone Becomes “Literate” in the Digital Society 1B 1A Teach all students the foundational understanding of computer science Increase the number of students pursuing digital careers
  • 6. CS4TX Local Meetups  Austin  Houston  Dallas-Ft. Worth  San Antonio  Midland  Rio Grand Valley  Tyler www.cs4tx.org 6
  • 7. CSforAll Pledge 7 http://www.csforall.org/pledge/  Over 3000 schools across 39 states have signed  District administrators and school principals pledge to:  Support professional development for CS teachers, administrators and guidance counselors  Encourage all students to learn CS  Offer a variety of opportunities throughout the grades for CS learning  Assign a primary point of contact in the school/district for CS  Signup your district or school today!
  • 9. Computer Science Requirements for Texas High Schools 9
  • 10. 74.3(b)(2)(I) Tech App Curriculum Requirement – every district must offer, and 74.3(b)(4) each student must have the opportunity to participate in the following: Computer Science I AP Computer Scienceor At least two (2) of the following: • Computer Science III • Digital Art and Animation • Digital Communications in the 21st Century • Digital Design and Media Production • Digital Forensics • Digital Video and Audio Design • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science • Fundamentals of Computer Science • Game Programming and Design • Independent Study in Evolving/Emerging Technologies • Independent Study in Technology Applications • Mobile Application Development • Robotics Programming and Design • 3-D Modeling and Animation • Web Communications • Web Design • Web Game Development Computer Science II Curriculum Requirement 10 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter074/ch074a.html
  • 11. 74.12(b) A student must demonstrate proficiency in the following: 74.12(b)(2) Mathematics—three credits Graduation Requirement 11 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter074/ch074b.html and https://tea.texas.gov/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=51539620864 Algebra I A list of many courses including: Robotics Programming and Design Robotics II AP Computer Science A IB Computer Science Higher Level* Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Geometry * Effective 27 August 2018
  • 12. 74.12(b) A student must demonstrate proficiency in the following: 74.12(b)(5) Languages other than English (LOTE)—two credits—foreign language, sign language or computer programming language Graduation Requirement 12 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter074/ch074b.html Note: The expiration period in section 74.12(b)(5)(A)(iii) was removed effective August 22, 2016: (iii) The provision relating to Computer Science I, II, and III in clause (ii) of this subparagraph applies to credits earned before September 1, 2016. Credits earned for Computer Science I, II, and III may not satisfy LOTE credit requirements on or after September 1, 2016, and may not be used to comply with this paragraph. The provision relating to Computer Science I, II, and III in clause (ii) of this subparagraph expires September 1, 2017. Two credits in computer programming languages selected from Computer Science I, II and III
  • 13. 74.11(h) AP and IB courses may be substituted as appropriate for required courses, but may not count toward more than one credit required for graduation Graduation Requirement – Under Review by TEA 13 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter074/ch074b.html AP Computer Science Principles AP Computer Science A IB Computer Science SL IB Computer Science HL Computer Science I AP Computer Science A IB Computer Science SL IB Computer Science HL Computer Science II IB Computer Science HLComputer Science III Required LOTE Course – two credits Suggested Appropriate Substitution
  • 14. 74.11(h) is deleted and moved into each subject area 74.12(b)(5) Languages other than English (LOTE)—two credits—selected from foreign language, American sign language or computer programming language 74.12(b)(5)(A)(ii) two credits in computer programming languages, including computer coding, to be selected from: Graduation Requirement – Effective 27 August 2018 14 Source: https://tea.texas.gov/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=51539620864 Computer Science I Computer Science II Computer Science III AP Computer Science Principles AP Computer Science A IB Computer Science Standard Level IB Computer Science Higher Level
  • 15. 74.11(k) A district shall allow a student who successfully completes AP Computer Science A or IB Computer Science Higher Level to satisfy both one advanced mathematics requirement and one languages other than English requirement for graduation. Graduation Requirement – Effective 27 August 2018 15 Source: https://tea.texas.gov/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=51539620864
  • 16. Texas Public University Uniform Admission Policy  http://catalog.utexas.edu/general-information/admission/undergraduate- admission/#freshmanadmissiontext  To be eligible to apply for freshman admission, a Texas public high school applicant must also be on trackto graduate under the high school coursework requirements defined in the state’s Uniform Admission Policy.  No student is exempt from the University’s minimum coursework requirements: two units of a single foreign language (Computer science/programming courses may be used to fulfill the admissions foreign language requirement)  http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/ED/htm/ED.51.htm Sec. 51.805. OTHER ADMISSIONS. (a) A graduating student who does not qualify for admission under Section 51.803 or 51.804 may apply to any general academic teaching institution if the student: (1) successfully completed: (A) at a public high school, the curriculum requirements established under Section 28.025 for the foundation high school program; or 16
  • 17. Texas High School Certification Requirement 17 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/sbecrules/tac/chapter231/ch231e.html#division8 amended to be effective December 27, 2016 §231.251. Computer Science, Grades 9-12. An assignment for Computer Science I, II, and III; Digital Forensics; or Robotics Programming and Design, Grades 9-12, is allowed with one of the following certificates. (1) Computer Science: Grades 8-12. §231.257. Fundamentals of Computer Science; Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles; Game Programming and Design or Mobile Application Development, Grades 9-12. An assignment for Fundamentals of Computer Science; Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles; Game Programming and Design or Mobile Application Development, Grades 9-12, is allowed with one of the following certificates. (1) Computer Science: Grades 8-12. (5) Technology Applications: Early Childhood-Grade 12. (6) Technology Applications: Grades 8-12.
  • 18. Texas 85th Legislative Session HB 3593 – Signed by the Governor  Creates a technology application pathway for cybersecurity in the STEM endorsement  Teacher subsidy for certification exam  Allots funding for five technology application courses  TEA and the SBOE to determine which courses qualify  CS Task Force to provide recommends this summer 18
  • 19. Cyber Security  Principles of Cyber Security  CTE innovative course number N1302810 up for renewal  CSTA “Cyber Teacher” certification program  Eight hours online  Resources  NSA Day of Cyber – nsadayofcyber.com  NICERC – nicerc.org  NICCS – niccs.us-cert.gov/formal-education  NICE – csrc.nist.gov/nice  Cyber Aces – cyberaces.org  CTD Card Game – cias.utsa.edu/ctd.html  Competitions  U.S. CyberPatriot – uscyberpatriot.org  U.S. Cyber Challenge – uscyberchallenge.org  Cyber Quests – uscc.cyberquests.org 19
  • 20. 74.13(f) A student may earn any of the following endorsements A. CTE (Ch. 130) B. Computer Science (Ch. 126) C. Mathematics Endorsement Requirement 20 Source: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter074/ch074b.html D. Science E. A combination of two of the above A. CTE (Ch. 130) B. English C. Technology Applications (Ch. 126) D. A combination of the above 1. STEM 2. Business and Industry
  • 21. TAC Chapter 130: Career and Technical Education C. Arts, A/V Technology and Communications K. Information Technology O. STEM Video Game Design Computer Programming I Robotics and Automation Video Game Programming Computer Programming II Advanced Video Game Programming Web Technologies Principles of Cybersecurity 21 Note: Computer Programming and Advanced Computer Programming renamed to Computer Programming I and II effective August 28, 2017
  • 22. 22 STEM Endorsement – Computer Science Course Endorsement Teaching Certification Fundamentals of Computer Science STEM CS or Tech App Computer Science I STEM CS Computer Science II STEM CS Computer Science III STEM CS Digital Forensics STEM CS Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science STEM CS or Math Game Programming and Design STEM CS or Tech App Mobile Application Development STEM CS or Tech App Robotics Programming and Design STEM CS Independent Study in Technology Applications STEM Tech App AP Computer Science A STEM Matches subject AP Computer Science Principles STEM CS or Tech App IB Computer Science SL STEM Matches subject IB Computer Science HL STEM Matches subject Certification - http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/sbecrules/tac/chapter231/
  • 23. Business & Industry Endorsement – Tech App 23 Course Endorsement Teaching Certification Digital Design & Media Production B&I Tech App Digital Art and Animation B&I Tech App 3D Modeling & Animation B&I Tech App Digital Communications in the 21st Century B&I Tech App Digital Video & Audio Design B&I Tech App Web Communications B&I Tech App Web Design B&I Tech App Web Game Development B&I Tech App Independent Study in Evolving/Emerging Tech B&I Tech App Certification - http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/sbecrules/tac/chapter231/
  • 24. 24 TEA PEIMS Course TEKS S. Enroll ‘14-15 S. Enroll ‘15-16 S. Enroll ‘16-17 S. Enroll ‘17-18 13009970 Video Game Design CTE - A/V 3,808 4,451 5,622 5,455 N1300994 Video Game Programming CTE - A/V 35 145 370 640 13027600 Computer Programming I CTE - IT 8,527 9,818 10,517 9,374 13027700 Computer Programming II CTE - IT 941 1,270 1,687 2,005 13027900 Web Technologies CTE - IT 10,714 10,174 10,102 9,336 N1302810 Principles of Cybersecurity CTE - IT - - 112 904 13037000 Robotics & Automation CTE - STEM 4,738 5,444 7,126 10,475 03580140 Fundamentals of CS Tech App 1,368 2,374 4,061 5,618 03580200 CS I Tech App 13,935 15,594 16,055 17,440 03580300 CS II Tech App 889 1,868 1,903 1,855 03580350 CS III Tech App 384 534 587 1,178 03580380 Game Programming & Design Tech App 1,887 2,553 1,983 2,234 03580390 Mobile App Development Tech App 637 920 1,177 689 03580395 Robotics Programming & Design Tech App 719 929 1,308 1,239 03580820 Web Design Tech App 3,877 3,548 3,157 1,903 03580830 Web Game Development Tech App 166 84 107 100 A3580100 AP CSA Tech App 6,322 7,179 8,598 8,238 A3580300 AP CSP Tech App - - 2,594 6,742 Source: rptsvr1.tea.state.tx.us/adhocrpt/adfte.html
  • 25. AP CS Principles  Computational Thinking Practices 1. Connecting Computing 2. Creating Computational Artifacts 3. Abstracting 4. Analyzing Problems and Artifacts 5. Communicating 6. Collaborating apcsprinciples.org collegeboard.org/apcsp  Big Ideas 1. Creativity 2. Abstraction 3. Data and Information 4. Algorithms 5. Programming 6. The Internet 7. Global Impact 25
  • 26. AP Computer Science A AP Computer Science Principles Curriculum is focused on object-oriented programming and problem solving Curriculum is built around fundamentals of computing including problem solving, working with data, understanding the internet, cyber security, and programming Java is the designated programming language Teachers choose the programming language(s) Encourages skill development among students considering a career in computer science and other STEM fields Encourages a broader participation in the study of computer science and other STEM fields AP assessment experience • Multiple-choice and free-response questions (written exam) AP assessment experience: • Two performance tasks students complete during the course to demonstrate the skills they have developed (digital artifacts) • Multiple-choice questions (written exam) 26
  • 27. AP CS Principles Curricula 27 http://uteachcs.org/ https://www.pltw.org/our- programs/pltw-computer-science http://mobile-csp.org/ https://code.org/csp https://bjc.edc.org/ http://bjc.berkeley.edu/ https://ap.cs50.net/ https://codehs.com/ info/curriculum/apcsp http://csmatters.org/ Not Currently Endorsed by the College Board: https://www.makeschool.com/swift-computer-science-principles https://codecombat.com/apcsp https://www.emcp.com/ applied-learning/zulama/
  • 28. General Computer Science High School Concept Survey Course(s) Mobile-Cloud • Mobile Web • Mobile Apps • Cloud Apps Game Design/ Development Robotics Programming Cybersecurity Machine Learning/AI 28 Data Analytics
  • 29. Fundamentals of Computer Science (optional) AP Computer Science Principlesand/or Up to two (2) of the following: • Computer Science III • Digital Forensics • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science • Game Programming and Design • Independent Study in Technology Applications • Mobile Application Development • Robotics Programming and Design • IB Computer Science SL • IB Computer Science HL Computer Science I Computer Science Pathway Recommendation 29 AP Computer Science AorComputer Science II
  • 30. LeanderISD 30 Start StartStart Fundamentals of Computer Science (with Robotics) AP CS Principles Computer Science I (Pre-AP) AP Computer Science A Mobile App Dev Computer Science Independent Study
  • 31. 31 Proposed 2017-2018 Georgetown ISD CS Pathway  Two Entry Points 4th Course Independent Study in Technology Applications 2nd & 3rd Courses Game Programming & Design AP Computer Science A 1st Course Computer Science I Prerequisite Algebra I 3rd & 4th Courses Game Programming & Design AP Computer Science A Independent Study in Technology Applications 2nd Course Computer Science I 1st Course AP Computer Science Principles Prerequisite Algebra I