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Computer Science. Mr. Williams August 29, 2007. Welcome. Mr. Williams Teacher 3D Graphics Engineering, Server Technologies UC Berkeley and UCLA Extension, previously UC Irvine Java University of Phoenix online Professional Develop Web 3D technology using Java. Goals.

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Computer science

Computer Science

Mr. Williams

August 29, 2007

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Welcome
Welcome

  • Mr. Williams

    • Teacher

      • 3D Graphics Engineering, Server Technologies

        • UC Berkeley and UCLA Extension, previously UC Irvine

      • Java

        • University of Phoenix online

    • Professional

      • Develop Web 3D technology using Java

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Goals
Goals

  • Learn fundamentals and broad programming concepts, such as Object Oriented Programming.

  • Apply Java to real-world and practical applications.

  • Complement and bridge to other MCHS courses such as Video Game Development, Math and Media.

  • Gain insights into careers and future technologies.

  • Contribute to the academic goals of MCHS.

  • Prepare and Pass the Advanced Placement test in Computer Science.

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Teacher objectives metrics my own selfish reasons
Teacher Objectives/Metrics(my own selfish reasons)

  • Extend Mira Costa’s academic dominance.

  • High passing rate of the AP Computer Science Exam.

  • Challenge of stepping up from teaching University of California to Mira Costa.

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Rules
Rules

  • All MBUSD / MCHS rules apply

    • No cell phones, ipods, ear-plugs, wearing of hoods or sunglasses, etc.

      • Remove them when bell rings.

      • Violation counts as tardy, even if you’re on-time.

        • Note: 3 tardies results in detention.

    • Be ready to learn

      • Always bring a pencil, notebook and paper.

    • Leave PC’s off, if they are turned off.

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Rules continued
Rules (continued)

  • Be respectful, disciplined

  • No food or drinks in the classroom

  • Cheating – don’t!

    • Only a calculator, scratch paper, pens and/or pencils, and the test itself.

  • No restroom breaks during class

    • Except on test-days after you have turned in your test.

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Emergencies
Emergencies

  • Earthquake

    • Get under your desk

    • Keep away from windows

    • Cover your head, use hands behind your neck.

  • Lockdown

    • Lights out, curtains closed

  • Fire Drill

    • Follow teacher, stay together

    • Rooms 7 – 12 assembly area is lower park lot, east side of auditorium.

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Grading
Grading

  • Quizzes / Tests

    • Every 2 – 3 weeks, total 40% of grade

  • Mid-terms & Final

    • End of each term, each worth 15% of grade

  • Homework

    • Weekly/semi-weekly,

      • 20% of grade

  • Special Projects

    • GridWorld 25 %

      • 6 components to Grid World

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


Scoring
Scoring

  • Scoring on Homework / Tests / Special Projects, Mid-Terms, Final

    • 20% style

      • Appropriately commented Java code.

      • Descriptive variable names, correctly indented, vertically spaced Java code.

      • Correct English, clear and concise writing. Legible handwriting, including your own name.

    • 80% of score will be actual work

  • Grading on a curve

Mira Costa High School, Computer Science


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