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Judith Hromcik 
Judith Hromcik taught AP Computer Science teacher at Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas for 20 years.  She retired in 2009, but missed teaching and returned in 2012 to teach 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 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.   Judith wrote the solutions for the new case study "GridWorld" and pilot tested "GridWorld" in her classes.  Judith is one of the authors of the new Computer Science labs, "Elevens", and pilot tested another CS lab, "Magpie" in her classes this year.  Judith has a strong interest in developing curriculum for Computer Science.
Computer Science:  Have you ever wondered how you can teach all the required topics in AP Computer Science and still have time to cover the current case study?  Have you ever wondered how to use toys, manipulatives, and food to help teach abstract concepts?  This course will answer these questions.  Each session will provide methods and lessons for teaching AP Computer Science A topics with innovative teaching methods and the GridWorld case study integrated throughout.  Come and join us this summer and find out how much fun teaching and learning Computer Science can be!

Cherry Creek AP Summer Institute
July 29 - August 1, 2013
Computer Science A

Course Syllabus and Agenda
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