Upcoming Events

Wed Apr 25
1/2 day - regular time

Fri May 4
Spring Pep Rally

Office Hours
Tue and Thu this week

Monday Apr 23, 2018 - Week 3 (C/A/D/B)

Mission Statement:
Our technology class runs smoothly
and all members treat each other and the work with respect

Digital Literacy II

Web Design

  • Complete: css_lesson_1

  • Continue: Biography Project - due online and working correctly by Tue May 8th
    - use the CSS sheets for work from now on

  • Begin: Final Project -
    - Complete: Part I - planning and design process - due in Google Drive folder by Fri May 11
    - Complete: Part II - website implementation - due online and working correctly by Tue June 15th

    Honors Option
    - complete each of these lessons - upload to x10 and add to your main list of lessons
    - include some of these design tools in your final project

  • Lesson 15 - multiple columns
  • Lesson 16 - revolving photo gallery
  • Lesson 17- curved borders, 3D text
  • Lesson 18 - creating and adding a favicon to your website
  • Lesson 19 - drop-down menu
  • Lesson 20 - adding a data table

  • If you are caught up you might want to explore using Bootstrap
    - while it can be downloaded onto a computer, that is not necessary in order to use the files
    - here are some tutorials that will help you get started on W3C Schools

AP computer Science Principles

View: Bitcoin - How Cryptocurrencies Work

URL - Uniform Resource Locator


    http = protocol standard for how browsers and web pages communicate (part of Application Layer)
    www.kellysclass.info = domain name
    resources.html = path (location of the data in the hierarchy of folders)

TCP = transmission control protocol (breaks data into packets, assures that everything arrives ok and puts back in order)

IP = internet protocol (address system that locates computers)
     part of the network layer

Hierarchal = organized in levels (domain names and ip addresses)

      www.kellyweb.x10host.com = kellyweb is a subdomain of x10host, top level name is .com

      ip address: works like an address might (country, state, town, street) - (part of the Internet Layer)

      ipv4 = 32 bits (4 bytes) 2^32 example:
      ipv6 = 128 bits (16 bytes) 2^128

  • Complete: CodeHS AP Review Practice

Harvard Mark I Computer

AP CSP 2017-2018

AP CSP 2016-2017