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Mon 13-Jan

Day 10

 

Tue 14-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 1 - Students are introduced to the concept of “big data,” where it comes from, what makes it “big,” and how people use big data to solve problems, and how much of their lives are “datafied” or could be.

1. Ted Talk (15:44) - reflection due in class. (10)

2. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 1 : Complete 4 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All four parts due midnight tonight. (20)
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3. Activity - Big Data - due EOC working with partner or midnight tonight working by yourself. (11)

Additional resources

Moore's Law Chart - Image
AI, Ain't I a Woman? - Joy Buolamwini - Video
Moore's Law - Wikipedia Article

 

Wed 15-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 2 - Students use the Google Trends tool in order to identifying patterns in historical search data. Students present their findings, differentiating between explanations of what the data shows versus plausible explanations for discovered patterns.

1. Google Trends Demo - Brentwood, Hillwood, Fairview

2. Lesson Google Trends Activity (12) Due EOC

3. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 2 : Complete 5 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All five parts due midnight tonight. (25)
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Thu 16-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 3 - Students examine the assumptions they make when interpreting data and visualizations by first reading a report about the "Digital Divide" which challenges the assumption that data collected online is representative of the population at large. Students also evaluate a series of scenarios in which data-driven decisions are made based on flawed assumptions.

2. Google Trends Video (2:10)

Related Articles
Wired - What Can We Learn from the Epic Failure of Google Flu Trends
 - Article
NY Times - Google Flu Trends: The Limits of Big Data - Article
Nature - When Google Got Flu Wrong - Article
Time - Google's Flu Project Shows the Failings of Big Data - Article
Harvard Business Review - Google Flu Trends' Failure Shows Good Data > Big Data - Article

3. Code.org
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4. Digital Divide and Checking Assumptions - due EOC working with partner or midnight tonight working by yourself. (12)

 

Unit 4 Lesson 5 - Students investigate some of the world’s biggest data breaches to get a sense for how frequently they happen and what kinds of data is lost or stolen. They then learn how easily individuals can be identified with small amounts of seemingly innocuous information.

1. World's Biggest Data Breaches Visualization - Web Site

1b. What sites have you used in the biggest Data Breaches Visualization - due EOC (10)

2. Data Privacy Lab - Web Site (10) - due EOC

3. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 5 : Complete 3 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All three parts due midnight tonight. (15)
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4. Lessons 1 and 2 questions (22) - due midnight Monday

 

Fri 17-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 6 - Students examine some of the economic concerns and consumer tradeoffs related to apps and websites that collect and track data about you in exchange for providing you a service free of cost.

1. Cost of Free App

2. Videos

The Future of Big Data - Video (3:46)
What is Big Data? Hadoop & MapReduce (7:12)

3. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 6 : Complete 4 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All four parts due midnight EOC. (20)
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Privacy Policy Activity due EOC

Start on Lesson 7

 

Mon 20-Jan No School
Tue 21-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 6 - Students examine some of the economic concerns and consumer tradeoffs related to apps and websites that collect and track data about you in exchange for providing you a service free of cost.

1. Cost of Free App

2. Videos

The Future of Big Data - Video (3:46)
What is Big Data? Hadoop & MapReduce (7:12)

3. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 6 : Complete 4 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All four parts due midnight EOC. (20)
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Privacy Policy Activity due EOC

Start on Lesson 7

 

Wed 22-Jan

Start Unit 4 Lesson 7 - Students are introduced to encryption and use a widget to attempt cracking some simple encryption methods.

1. Unit 4 Lesson 7 - Complete 12 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All twelve parts due midnight tonight. (60)
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Thu 23-Jan

COMPLETE Unit 4 Lesson 7 - Students are introduced to encryption and use a widget to attempt cracking some simple encryption methods.

1. Unit 4 Lesson 7 - Complete 12 Parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All twelve parts due midnight tonight. (60)
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START on Unit 4 Lesson 8 - Students use a widget to experiment with the Vigenère cipher to learn about the relationship between cryptographic keys and passwords.

1. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 8 - Complete 10 parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All ten parts due Friday EOC. (50)
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Lesson 8 worksheet - due midnight tonight

The follow is due by EOC Friday.
2. The Internet: Encryption & Public Keys - Video
3. Exploring the Vigenere Cipher Widget -
4. Keys and Passwords
(Optional) How Not to Get Hacked - Resource

 

 

Fri 24-Jan

COMPLETE Unit 4 Lesson 8 - Students use a widget to experiment with the Vigenère cipher to learn about the relationship between cryptographic keys and passwords.

1. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 8 - Complete 10 parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All ten parts due Friday EOC. (50)
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The follow is due by EOC Friday.
2. The Internet: Encryption & Public Keys - Video
3. Exploring the Vigenere Cipher Widget -
4. Keys and Passwords
(Optional) How Not to Get Hacked - Resource

 

 

 

Mon 27-Jan

Start on Unit 4 Lesson 9 - In this big, multi-step lesson, students learn how the basic mechanics and underlying mathematical principles of public key encryption work. Public key encryption is the basis for most secure transactions on the internet.

1. Video - Internet : Encryption and Public Keys
2. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 9 - Complete 13 parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All 13 parts due Tuesday EOC. (65)
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3. Multiplication and Modulo Activity - due midnight Tuesday
4. Public Key Cryptography Recap - due midnight Tuesday
5. Why does it work? - due midnight Tuesday

 

 

Tue 28-Jan

COMPLETE Unit 4 Lesson 9 - In this big, multi-step lesson, students learn how the basic mechanics and underlying mathematical principles of public key encryption work. Public key encryption is the basis for most secure transactions on the internet.

1. Video - Internet : Encryption and Public Keys
2. Code.org Unit 4 Lesson 9 - Complete 13 parts - 5pts each on time, 3 pts each late. All 13 parts due Tuesday EOC. (65)
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3. Multiplication and Modulo Activity - due midnight Tuesday
4. Public Key Cryptography Recap - due midnight Tuesday
5. Why does it work? - due midnight Tuesday

Wed 29-Jan

Unit 4 Lesson 9

Make Up and Review Day

Thu 30-Jan Unit 4 Test
Fri 31-Jan Unit 5 Lesson 1
Mon 03-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 2
Tue 04-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 2
Wed 05-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 3
Thu 06-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 3
Fri 07-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 4
Mon 10-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 4
Tue 11-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 5
Wed 12-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 5
Thu 13-Feb Quiz over first 5 lessons
Fri 14-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 6
Mon 17-Feb No Students PD
Tue 18-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 6
Wed 19-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 7
Thu 20-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 8
Fri 21-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 8
Mon 24-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 9
Tue 25-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 9
Wed 26-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 10
Thu 27-Feb Unit 5 Lesson 10
Fri 28-Feb Quiz lessons 6-10
Mon 02-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 11
Tue 03-Mar No Students PD
Wed 04-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 11
Thu 05-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 12
Fri 06-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 12
 
Mon 09-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 13
Tue 10-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 13
Wed 11-Mar End 3rd 9
Thu 12-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 13
Fri 13-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 14
Mon 16-Mar Spring Break
Tue 17-Mar
Wed 18-Mar
Thu 19-Mar
Fri 20-Mar
Mon 23-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 14
Tue 24-Mar Quiz lessons 11-14
Wed 25-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 15
Thu 26-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 15
Fri 27-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 16
Mon 30-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 16
Tue 31-Mar Unit 5 Lesson 17
Wed 01-Apr Unit 5 Lesson 17
Thu 02-Apr Review for Unit test
Fri 03-Apr Unit test
Mon 06-Apr Start Create Explore Task
Tue 07-Apr Day 1
Wed 08-Apr Day 2
Thu 09-Apr Day 3
Fri 10-Apr Spring Holiday No School
Mon 13-Apr EOC testing can start
Tue 14-Apr Day 4
Wed 15-Apr Day 5
Thu 16-Apr Day 6
Fri 17-Apr Day 7
Mon 20-Apr Day 8
Tue 21-Apr Day 9
Wed 22-Apr Day 10
Thu 23-Apr Day 11
Fri 24-Apr  
Mon 27-Apr Organize files for submission
Tue 28-Apr Submit AP Explore and Create Tasks
Wed 29-Apr  
Thu 30-Apr AP Principles Tasks Due
Fri 01-May  
Mon 04-May

AP Testing Starts

United States Government and Politics

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Tue 05-May

Calculus AB
Calculus BC

German Language and Culture
Human Geography

Wed 06-May

English Literature and Composition

European History
Physics 2: Algebra-Based

Thu 07-May

Chemistry
Spanish Literature and Culture

Japanese Language and Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Fri 08-May

United States History

Art History
Computer Science A

Mon 11-May

Biology

Chinese Language and Culture
Environmental Science

Tue 12-May

Seminar
Spanish Language and Culture

Latin
Psychology

Wed 13-May

English Language and Composition

Microeconomics
Music Theory

Thu 14-May

Comparative Government and Politics
World History: Modern

Italian Language and Culture
Macroeconomics

Fri 15-May

AP Testing Ends

Computer Science Principles
French Language and Culture

Statistics

 

Mon 18-May Final Exams - 8th, 7th
Tue 19-May Final Exams - 6th, 4th
Wed 20-May Final Exams - 3rd, 2nd
Thu 21-May Final Exams - 1st
Fri 22-May Admin Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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