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    Class Schedule
    Computer Programming I
    Computer Programming II
    Robotics I
    Engineering Math


    Email: javier.uribe@eisd.net

    Phone: 210-444-7925 ext. 4311

    Edgewood Fine Arts STEM / CTE building Room E101

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    Tutoring Hours:
    Mondays 4:30 to 5:30 or by appointment



    Computer Programming I

    Prerequisite: Algebra I.
    This is an introductory course that covers college-level curriculum for STEM students in not seeking a future engineering or computer science degree it introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. The curriculum is flexible and can be taught as a normal course or as an AP course. Focus on concepts such as how the internet works and the societal impacts of computer science. The course works for both beginners and students with experience. The class is not language specific but we will introduce students to Java-Script. Students will take the AP computer science principles exam in May. Go to top


    Computer Programming II

    Prerequisite: Computer Programming I.
    This is an introductory course to object-oriented programming. The course teaches the fundamentals of JAVA. The class focuses on establishing a solid background in creative problem-solving. The course emphasizes math based programming solutions. Some of the topics include structure, documentation, methods, decisions, loops, recursion, arrays, and classes. The course also provides industry-based experiences and designed to explore real-world programming applications. Go to top


    Robotics I

    Prerequisites: Principles of Applied Engineering. Local: Engineering Design & Presentation. Recomende: Enrollment in Algebra II.
    Robotics I is a course where students will transfer academic skills to component designs in a project-based environment through implementation of the design process. Students will build prototypes or use simulation software to test their designs. Additionally, students will explore career opportunities, employer expectations, and educational needs in the robotic and automation industry. Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as career and technical student organizations and other leadership or extracurricular organizations. Go to top


    Engineering Mathematics

    Prerequisites: Algebra ll. Local: Computer Programming II, Robotics I or CIM. Recommended: enrollment in Pre-Calculus or Calculus.
    Engineering Mathematics is a course where students solve and model design problems. Students will use a variety of mathematical methods and models to represent and analyze problems that represent a range of real-world engineering applications such as robotics, data acquisition, spatial applications, electrical measurement, manufacturing processes, materials engineering, mechanical drives, pneumatics, process control systems, quality control, and computer programming. This course satisfies a high school mathematics graduation requirement.
    Note: This course satisfies a math credit requirement for students on the Foundation High School Program. Go to top

    Schedule:

    1st Period: Computer Programming I & II

    2nd Period: Engineering Math

    3rd Period: Engineering Math

    4th Period: Computer Programming II

    5th Period: Robotics I

    6th Period: Computer Programming I

    7th Period: Robotics Team

    8th Period: Conference

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