A High School Computer Science Curriculum using p5.js
This curriculum is being revised as we port it to Gitbooks (forgive any formatting issues) - stay tuned for all content to eventually make its way here! If you are viewing this curriculum from Github, we certainly recommend viewing on the much prettier Gitbooks.
This curriculum was developed by the NYCDOE CS4All academics team (José Olivares, EJ Park) with lead writer Luisa Pereira. Additional contributors to the curriculum include Courtney Morgan 🙆♀️ & José Orea (teacher implementation guide and additional activities), Esther Hersh, and the Processing Foundation. Curricular reorganization, rewrites, and extras developed by Courtney Morgan. All lessons are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license License: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. For more info on the limitations and use of materials under this license please click here.
AP CSP and ICM
While this is an introductory computer science course, it can serve as a terrific AP Computer Science Principles Prep course. Please use the guides below to assist if you are a teacher whose students will eventually take AP CSP, or who is just looking to broaden the content covered within this course:
Peblio pages contain executable code, text, slides, videos and more. They are useful for creating and sharing programming worksheets and documenting programming projects. See this guide for detailed instructions:
These projects help you get up and running with p5 very quickly. They include instructions, videos and sample code. You can create the projects in the Peblio workspace as you watch these videos. They are not classroom resources, but resources to help you build your comfort level with p5.
This hour of code activity introduces drawing with p5 and system variables mouseX and mouseY. If you change the sequence and teach colors after shapes followed by system variables, this is a great project option.