End of Class - AP CSP 18-19
Feedback from students after completing a year of AP CSP
Content: Explore - how well do you feel you understood what was needed to complete the explore task? Should we have reviewed more, less - areas that could be better explained? Was it a good idea to do a practice together on the Google car?
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Content : Create - how well prepared do you feel you were to complete the create task? Did you understand what was needed for College Board?
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Programming: should we have done more lab assignments to prep for the create? If, so, what types of work needed to be practiced.
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Programming - we used C, Python MIT App Inventor, and Raspberry Pi - do you think we should keep all of these for next year? What else should we include or are there parts we should leave out?
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CS: General - how useful/new did you find the information covered in some of the non-programming sections of CS? (file compression, Internet Architecture, RGB color, number systems, encryption, global effects) - suggestions for topics to add or expand upon?
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Grading: We were pretty free-form this year - well, in all honesty, that was my choice - most of the time I grade on effort with some assignments such as labs. Suggestions for changes to this method? What would you prefer as a student?
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Instructor: I know that my teaching method can be considered relaxed. Does this work for a class like this, or are there some changes you would like to see from me if you were taking a class like this again? Do you think I should give more homework and exams for a grade?
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Exam Prep: We used a variety of methods to review (practice exams, kahoot!, delta math, mini_quizzes, code.org, codehs) - which were most useful and what else could we have done to be better prepared?
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Free Response area for thoughts, suggestions, or general comments. Next year the classes are much larger so I will need to reconsider the structure for the class. Plus class time will be shorter - what would you recommend?
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