The CodeHS Coding in Science course is a series of independent, standalone modules that use coding to reinforce and extend students' understanding of science. As students learn major programming concepts, they will develop science-related projects that demonstrate their proficiency in both science and computer science. These modules are a great way to introduce students to programming and show them that coding is a valuable skill in a variety of disciplines.
The modules are all independent of one another -- they can be used on their own, in any order. They span a variety of topics and grade levels.
Who is this for?
These modules vary in topic and grade level, but in general do not require any prior knowledge of computer science. Some of them are easier and provide more scaffolding in the exercises, while others have students develop complete programs themselves.
What's Covered in Coding in Science
Syllabus: Coding in Science Syllabus
Overview: Coding in Science Overview
Sample Lesson Plan: 2.1: Positioning Allele Values
Modules and Descriptions
Course Demo: Coding Gravity
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