URI is transitioning to provide PD training and support for Code.org's AP CS Principles program, beginning in school year 2018/19. This means that going forward, PD for AP CSP will now use Code.org's CS Principles curriculum instead of URI's AP CSP curriculum.
Teachers who received URI's AP CSP training in 2016/17 and/or 2017/18 were encouraged to apply for the Code.org 2018/19 CS Principles PD opportunity, however, URI's original AP CSP curriculum will continue to be supported during this transition period.
If you were not ready to (or not able to) participate in the 2018/19 Code.org CS Principles PD opportunity - that's okay! The URI AP CSP curriculum remains supported throughout the 2018/19 school year.
In Summer 2019, URI will fully transition to the Code.org CS Principles curriculum and will host a Code.org CS Principles PD for the 2019/20 school year (at which time the URI curriculum will no longer be supported).
|PD Training:||URI AP CSP||Code.org CS Principles (held nationally - travel required)||Code.org CS Principles (held in Rhode Island)|
|Curriculum Support:||URI AP CSP||URI AP CSP and
Code.org CS Principles
|Code.org CS Principles|
For questions on the AP CSP curriculum transition, please contact email@example.com
View Course Syllabus (Approved Syllabus # 1651066v2)
|Unit 1: Computing Innovations|
|Unit 2: Data Representation|
|Unit 3: Computational Artifacts|
|Unit 4: Computing Systems|
|Unit 5: Data Identification, Collection, and Analysis|
|Unit 6: AP Explore Performance Task (Impact of Innovation)|
|Unit 8: Algorithms|
|Unit 9: AP Create Performance Task (Programming)|
|Unit 10: AP CSP Exam|