Computer Science 101B, 2022-23

Teacher: Andrew Mata

Room: HUM3008
Time: Sunday 9:15AM - 10:00AM
Grades: 7-9
Material fee: 0.00

Description: CS 101 is the first year of the SchoolNova Computer Science curriculum. The programming language is Python. In the first half of the course, students learn core programming topics, such as working with variables, conditional statements, loops, and simple data structures. In the second half of the course, students cover modules, working with libraries like NumPy, and reading/writing files. Successful completion of the course is based on class participation and homework assignments.


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  • Assigned on 09/18:
    Accept Google Classroom invitation and Install Python 3 (Instructions for downloading Anaconda/Spyder are on Google Classroom).
  • Assigned on 09/25: Homework 1: Python Basics  |  
    If Anaconda is still uninstalled, please write your code on a sheet of paper and give it to me at the start of next class.

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