COMPUTER SCIENCE A
(This course can be taken alone or in conjunction with Computer Science Principles, which is offered July 21-24) 
Judith Hromcik
judy.hromcik@att.net
Judith Hromcik taught AP Computer Science teacher at Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas for 20 years.  She has taught Computer Science for the last eight years at The School for the Talented and the Gifted in Dallas, Texas.  Judith was a member of the AP Computer Science Development Committee from 2001 - 2005 and has been a Reader, Table Leader, and a Question Leader at the AP Computer Science Reading.   She has been a College Board consultant since 1997 and has conducted many AP Computer Science Summer Institutes and workshops.   Judith wrote the solutions for the "GridWorld" case study and is a co-author of the new Computer Science lab "Elevens".  She piloted tested "Elevens" and "Magpie" in her classes.  Judith has a strong interest in developing curriculum for Computer Science. Biography coming soon
AGENDA
AP Computer Science A Summer Institute 2020
  
Day One
Morning Session I –Introductions  
• Using the AP Computer Science A
• Course and Exam Description
Morning Session II – Using the CED
•  Lesson Planning with the CED
• Student Centered Activities
Student Centered Activities for Teaching Java
  
Afternoon Session I – AP Classroom
• Progress Checks
• Creating Exams in AP Classroom
·•  Exploring resources
Student Centered Activities for Teaching Java
Afternoon Session II – Student Centered Activities for Teaching Java

Day Two
Morning Session I –New College Board Lab: Consumer Review
Morning Session II –Continue Consumer Review

Afternoon Session I – New College Board Lab: Data Lab
Afternoon Session II – Continue Data Lab
  
Day Three 
Morning Session I – New College Board Lab: Steganography
Morning Session II – Continue Steganography Lab

Afternoon Session I – New College Board Lab: Celebrity
Afternoon Session II – Continue Celebrity Lab
   
Day Four
Morning Session I – Distilling the AP Computer Science A Exam
Morning Session II – Grading FRQ's

Afternoon Session I – Creating and Using MCQ's
Afternoon Session II – Your Turn: Sharing Best Practices