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      1. CompuScholar: Java Programming, AP (Online Access Code)
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        CompuScholar: Java Programming, AP (Online Access Code)
        CompuScholar, Inc. / 2015 / Other, N/A
        $120.00
        Availability: In Stock
        Stock No: WW16230AC

      Technology is constantly advancing and the need for programmers has never been higher!

      Give your homeschooled students a computer science education that can help them understand fundamental computer and programming concepts with Compuscholar. After purchase, you'll receive an email with a code that provides access for one year (two semesters / 36 weeks of daily work) for one student; it is a self-paced course- perfect for homeschoolers who enjoy flexible schedules! Designed to appeal to multiple types of learners, lessons feature multi-media components such as full-color text and animated/narrated instructional videos.

      Course features include:

      • Step-by-step self-study lessons

      • Integrated instructional videos
      • Automatically graded lesson quizzes, chapter tests and an electronic gradebook
      • Hands-on programming and computing projects with easy-to-follow solutions
      • Teacher's guides, project grading rubrics, and fully coded activity solutions

      Java Programming AP provides students (Grades 9-12) with an introduction to all of the Java skills required on the "AP Computer Science A" exam. While it can be taken standalone with no pre-requisites, this an advanced course, and some degree of technical comfort is recommended. Each chapter contains one or more hands-on programming labs; students will also have the opportunity to work on individual or group projects and experience the phases of a project lifecycle, including requirements, design, implementation, and testing. Students are also exposed to the three College Board labs (Magpie, Picture Lab, and Elevens).

      System Requirements:

      • Windows 7, 8, 10

      • Mac OS Version 10.7 or higher
      • Any HTML5-compliant web browser
      • Eclipse (free, open-source Java Integrated Development Environment)

      1. CompuScholar: Web Design (Online Access Code)
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        CompuScholar: Web Design (Online Access Code)
        CompuScholar, Inc. / 2015 / Other, N/A
        $120.00
        Availability: In Stock
        Stock No: WW16226AC

      Technology is constantly advancing and the need for programmers has never been higher!

      Give your homeschooled students a computer science education that can help them understand fundamental computer and programming concepts with Compuscholar. After purchase, you'll receive an email with a code that provides access for one year (two semesters / 34 weeks of daily work) for one student; it is a self-paced course- perfect for homeschoolers who enjoy flexible schedules! Designed to appeal to multiple types of learners, lessons integrate both written text and audio-visual components.

      Course features include:

      • Step-by-step self-study lessons

      • Integrated instructional videos
      • Automatically graded lesson quizzes, chapter tests and an electronic gradebook
      • Hands-on programming and computing projects with easy-to-follow solutions
      • Teacher's guides, project grading rubrics, and fully coded activity solutions

      Web Design will teach students (Grades 6-12) how to create their own web pages using HTML and CSS. Each chapter contains one or more hands-on programming labs; students will also have the opportunity to work on two fun, high-quality websites with professional features and experience the phases of a project lifecycle, including requirements, design, implementation, and testing. This course covers fundamental web design skills such as:

      • Basic web site layout

      • HTML5 symbols and elements
      • Text styles
      • Hyperlinks and navigation bars
      • CSS effects, spacing and positioning
      • Graphics and image editing
      • Tables
      • Page design principles
      • Dynamic menus
      • Embedded audio and video
      • JavaScript and jQuery

      This Web Design course does not require any pre-requisite knowledge or courses beyond basic computer skills such as browsing the web, loading and saving files, and using the operating systems on a Windows or Mac computer. No knowledge of programming is required.

      System Requirements:

      • Windows 7, 8, 10

      • Mac OS Version 10.7 or higher
      • Any HTML5-compliant web browser
      • Komodo Edit (a free, cross-platform software) or alternative IDEs at teacher discretion
      • Please Note: No physical Android device or smartphone service is required for this course. All development is done in a free software emulator that runs on a computer.

      1. CompuScholar: Digital Savvy (Online Access Code)
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        CompuScholar: Digital Savvy (Online Access Code)
        CompuScholar, Inc. / Other, N/A
        $120.00
        Availability: In Stock
        Stock No: WW16232AC

      Technology is constantly advancing and students' need to be digitally savvy has never been more important!

      Give your homeschooled students a computer skills education that can help them gain and master important concepts and skills. After purchase, you'll receive an email with a code that provides access for one year for one student (two semesters / 33 weeks of daily work). It is a self-paced course- perfect for homeschoolers who enjoy flexible schedules!

      Course features include:

      • Step-by-step self-study lessons

      • Integrated instructional videos
      • Automatically graded lesson quizzes, chapter tests and an electronic gradebook
      • Hands-on programming and computing projects with easy-to-follow solutions
      • Teacher's guides, project grading rubrics, and fully coded activity solutions

      This Digital Savvy course is perfect for students in grades 6-12 seeking to improve their computer skills or prepare for later Information Technology courses. Each chapter contains one or more hands-on activities and lessons cover fundamental IT topics and skills such as:

      • Hardware, software, and operating systems

      • Managing files and folders Basic networking
      • Online safety and computer security
      • Using Word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation programs
      • Creating simple databases
      • Image editing
      • Using social media and email communications
      • Introductory website design
      • Simple computer programming concepts
      • Exploration of computing careers

      System Requirements:

      • Windows 7, 8, 10

      • Mac OS 10.7 or higher
      • Any HTML5-compliant web browser

      1. CompuScholar: Windows Programming (Online Access code)
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        CompuScholar: Windows Programming (Online Access code)
        CompuScholar, Inc. / 2015 / Other, N/A
        $75.00
        Availability: In Stock
        Stock No: WW16228AC

      Technology is constantly advancing and the need for programmers has never been higher!

      Give your homeschooled students a computer science education that can help them understand fundamental computer and programming concepts with Compuscholar. After purchase, you'll receive an email with a code that provides access for one year for one student (one semester / 18 weeks of daily work, though it can be stretched over a full year at a more relaxed pace). It is a self-paced course- perfect for homeschoolers who enjoy flexible schedules! Designed to appeal to multiple types of learners, lessons integrate both written text and audio-visual components.

      Course features include:

      • Step-by-step self-study lessons

      • Integrated instructional videos
      • Automatically graded lesson quizzes, chapter tests and an electronic gradebook
      • Hands-on programming and computing projects with easy-to-follow solutions
      • Teacher's guides, project grading rubrics, and fully coded activity solutions

      This Windows Programming course uses the Microsoft C# language to teach introductory computer programming and classic computer science concepts. Each chapter contains one or more hands-on programming labs; students will also have the opportunity to work on individual or group projects and experience the phases of a project lifecycle, including requirements, design, implementation, and testing. This course covers fundamental "Computer Science I" programming topics and skills such as:

      • Using Integrated Development Environments

      • C# Data types and variables
      • Logical expressions and flow control
      • Math and string operations
      • GUI design and Windows input controls
      • Writing functions
      • Debugging and exceptions
      • Object-Oriented Programming
      • Inheritance and Polymorphism
      • Collections
      • Sorting and recursion
      • File I/O

      System Requirements:

      • Windows 7, 8, 10

      • Any HTML5-compliant web browser
      • The course uses Microsoft C# and Visual Studio IDE (free); the course contains download, installation, and usage instructions for these.