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    Welcome to Mr. Sheehan's AP Computer Science Principals 2020 - 2021

    Office Thank you for visiting our classroom page.  The AP Computer Science Principals course here on campus is designed to build and develop the Computer Science knowledge and skill in the students that proceed through the course, to manage, grow and maximize their understanding of the content area. We work on the fundamental computational practices, skills and content to create a deeper understand of the industry of computer science and its reach globally, economically and personally. The goal of the course is preparing our students to not only excel in the AP content but to prepare themselves for the rigors of education at the next level.

    As you all know we are begining our year virtually.  I have emailed all of our classes students and parents the Zoom Meeting information.  I will also post this to the Canvas homepages for the classes.  

     If you are having any issues logging into Canvas or how it works  I have included a video for you to review.

    This year the course also can earn dual credit through Harrisburg University. It is two courses and up to 8 credits at $100 per credit.  The courses are titled: CISC 120 – Fundamentals of Computing and CISC 160 – Data Structures

    I have enclosed the links to the dual credit program information below.

    Please follow any of the links below for essential information, resources and assignments concerning the course this school year.  I have put a link to the Canvas portal below also.  The NGLSync and edhesive links below are the online software learning platforms that the students log into to complete assignments, use study tools, read the text and complete numerous other content interactions.  

    To access the class NGLSync, where the textbook and all class activities are housed, please click on the link below.

     AP Computer Science Principals Web Resources

     NGLSync LogoHU Logo edhesive

    Harrisburg University Dual-Enrollment

    Edhesive - Introduction to Computer Science and Python

    Canvas Logon Portal