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Standards Mapping

for New York 9-12


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Create a simple digital model that makes predictions of outcomes.
  1. 15.2 Explore a New Sensor
Collaboratively design and develop a program or computational artifact for a specific audience and create documentation outlining implementation features to inform collaborators and users.
  1. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
Collect and evaluate data from multiple sources for use in a computational artifact.
  1. 15.2 Explore a New Sensor
Refine and visualize complex data sets showing how to tell different stories with the same data set.
Implement a program using a combination of student-defined and third-party functions to organize the computation.
Modify a function or procedure in a program to perform its computation in a different way over the same inputs, while preserving the result of the overall program.
  1. 1.14 Using i in For Loops
  2. 1.15 Extended Loop Control
  3. 1.18 While Loops
Demonstrate how at least two classic algorithms work and analyze the trade-offs related to two or more algorithms for completing the same task.
Design or remix a program that utilizes a data structure to maintain changes to related pieces of data.
Develop a program that effectively uses control structures in order to create a computer program for practical intent, personal expression, or to address a societal issue.
  1. 11.13 Control Structures Example
  2. 11.14 More Karel Examples and Testing
  3. 11.16 Karel Challenges
  4. 15.1 micro:bit Challenges
  5. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
  6. 15.4 Final Project
Systematically test and refine programs using a range of test cases, based on anticipating common errors and user behavior.
  1. 11.14 More Karel Examples and Testing
  2. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
  3. 15.4 Final Project
Determine the types of personal and organizational information and digital resources that an individual may have access to that needs to be protected.
  1. 4.4 Privacy & Security
  2. 5.1 Cryptography, Cryptology, Cryptanalysis
  3. 13.2 What is Cybersecurity?
Describe physical, digital, and behavioral safeguards that can be employed to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and accessibility of information.
  1. 4.4 Privacy & Security
  2. 5.1 Cryptography, Cryptology, Cryptanalysis
  3. 13.4 The CIA Triad
Explain specific trade-offs when selecting and implementing security recommendations.
  1. 4.4 Privacy & Security
Evaluate applications of cryptographic methods.
  1. 4.4 Privacy & Security
  2. 5.3 Basic Crypto Systems: Caesar Cipher
  3. 5.4 Basic Crypto Systems: Cracking Caesar
  4. 5.5 Basic Crypto Systems: Vigenere Cipher
  5. 13.2 What is Cybersecurity?
  6. 13.4 The CIA Triad
Recommend multiple actions to take prior and in response to various types of digital security breaches.
Type proficiently on a keyboard.
Communicate and work collaboratively with others using digital tools to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others.
  1. 15.4 Final Project
Independently select advanced digital tools and resources to create, revise, and publish complex digital artifacts or collection of artifacts.
  1. 15.2 Explore a New Sensor
  2. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
  3. 15.4 Final Project
Transfer knowledge of technology in order to use new and emerging technologies on multiple platforms.
  1. 3.1 Welcome to micro:bit!
  2. 3.2 Setting Up your micro:bit
  3. 3.4 Variables
  4. 14.1 For Loops
  5. 14.2 While Loops
  6. 15.2 Explore a New Sensor
  7. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
Actively manage digital presence and footprint to reflect an understanding of the permanence and potential consequences of actions in online spaces.
  1. 4.1 Digital Footprint and Reputation
Design and implement strategies that support safety and security of digital information, personal identity, property, and physical and mental health when operating in the digital world.
  1. 4.2 Cyberbullying
  2. 4.3 Internet Safety
  3. 4.4 Privacy & Security
Evaluate the impact of computing technologies on equity, access, and influence in a global society.
  1. 4.5 Project: Public Service Announcement
  2. 4.6 Digital Citizenship and Cybersecurity Quiz
  3. 9.7 The Impact of the Internet
Debate laws and regulations that impact the development and use of computing technologies and digital information.
Debate issues of ethics related to real world computing technologies.
  1. 4.1 Digital Footprint and Reputation
Assess personal and societal tradeoffs related to computing technologies and data privacy.
  1. 2.5 Future of Computing
  2. 4.4 Privacy & Security
Describe ways that complex computer systems can be designed for inclusivity and to mitigate unintended consequences.
Create accessible computational artifacts that meet standard compliance requirements or otherwise meet the needs of users with disabilities.
Investigate the use of computer science in multiple fields.
Design a solution to a problem that utilizes embedded systems to automatically gather input from the environment.
  1. 14.1 For Loops
  2. 14.2 While Loops
  3. 15.2 Explore a New Sensor
Explain the levels of interaction existing between the application software, system software, and hardware of a computing system.
  1. 2.3 Software
  2. 2.4 Hardware
  3. 3.1 Welcome to micro:bit!
  4. 3.2 Setting Up your micro:bit
  5. 3.4 Variables
  6. 14.1 For Loops
  7. 14.2 While Loops
Develop and communicate multi-step troubleshooting strategies others can use to identify and fix problems with computing devices and their components.
  1. 15.3 Follow a Step-by-Step Project
Describe the components and design characteristics that allow data and information to be moved, stored and referenced over the Internet.
  1. 2.4 Hardware
  2. 8.1 Intro to Digital Information
  3. 9.2 Internet Hardware
  4. 9.3 Internet Addresses
  5. 9.4 DNS
  6. 9.6 Packets and Protocols
Describe how emerging technologies are impacting networks and how they are used.
  1. 13.2 What is Cybersecurity?