At schools where at-risk students are making academic gains, effective principals do for teachers what effective teachers do for students. Also known as: (formerly Computer Science 599.97) back to top Computer Science 581 Human- Computer Interaction II Intermediate and advanced topics and applications in human- computer interaction, to further one's skills for designing highly interactive human- computer interfaces. Programming in a functional language: recursion patterns, useful combinators, maps, and folds, for datatypes. The K-12 grade-specific standards define end-of-year expectations and a cumulative progression designed to enable students to meet college and career readiness expectations no later than the end of high school. Back to top Computer Science 689 Modelling for Computer Graphics Parametric Modelling. A memo sent to parents by a principal of a high achieving, predominantly minority school provides an example of this leadership behavior: "In compiling our test scores, we discovered that we not only met that goal but surpassed it at the first four levels" (Venezky. Course Hours: 3 units; H(3-2T) Antirequisite(s Credit for Computer Science 687 and 587 will not be allowed. Back to top Computer Science 231 Introduction to Computer Science for Computer Science Majors I Introduction to problem solving, the analysis and design of small-scale computational systems, and implementation using a procedural programming language. Providing the "assured availability" of materials by designating personnel to provide the necessary materials to individual teachers was a leadership behavior reported by Levine and Stark (1982).
English Language Arts Standards Common Core State Standards Literacy, instruction with Digital and Media Technologies
They encourage them to join in the efforts to make that vision a reality. Legal and ethical considerations will be introduced. File organization and design for various applications, file systems and other storage management techniques including website design. Course Hours: 3 units; H(3-0) Antirequisite(s Credit for Computer Science 611 and Computer Science 511 will not be allowed. Course Hours: 3 units; H(3-0) Prerequisite(s Consent of the Department. Notes: Computer Science 413 is strongly recommended as preparation for this course. Notes: Students who have credit for Computer Science 319 instead of Computer Science 331 should contact the department for instructions on how to enrol in this course. 7) and discussed the importance of established routines such as "the supervision of teacher and staff performance by daily visitations, ethnics Differences private conferences, prompt evaluations and provision of assistance" (p. Project in Computer Science 503.02. Additionally, a leader is characterized as the vision holder, the keeper of the dream, or the person who has a vision of the purpose of the organization. Course Hours: 6 units; F(1-5) Prerequisite(s Consent of the Department. Most of the required reading in college and workforce training programs is informational in structure and challenging in content; postsecondary education programs typically provide students with both a higher volume of such reading than is generally required in K-12 schools and comparatively little scaffolding.
As new literacies that include digital and media technologies evolve, preparing students to understand and adjust to these literacy demands is critical to current and future expectations for pleasure and work (International Reading Association, 2001; Leu, Mallette, Karchmer, Kara-Soteriou, 2005).
Instruction offered by members of the Department.
Computer, science in the Faculty of Science.
Notes: Computer, science students should also see courses listed under Software Engineering.