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AR 9-12: CSL2.1.3

CodeHS Lessons

Analyze and implement collaborative methods in problem solving of level-appropriate complexity. NOTE: Some implementation methods may include but are not limited to paired programming, distributive (divide & conquer), and redundant parallel.

3.1 Collaborative Programming
5.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
4.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
4.1 Collaborative Programming
14.1 Arduino Challenges
14.4 Final Project
4.1 Collaborative Programming
4.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
3.1 Collaborative Programming
4.2 User Input
9.1 micro:bit Challenges
9.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
5.2 For Loops
12.1 Arduino Challenges
12.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
10.1 micro:bit Challenges
10.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
1.12 User Input
15.1 micro:bit Challenges
15.4 Final Project
2.12 User Input
5.2 For Loops
7.11 For Loops
10.1 micro:bit Challenges
10.4 Final Project
3.1 micro:bit Challenges
3.4 Final Project
3.1 Arduino Challenges
3.4 Final Project