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1 Syllabus for: (name of class) Programming Fundamentals Semester & Year: Fall 2014 Course ID and Section Number: CIS 12. V6206 Number of Credits/Units: 4 Day/Time: online Location: Instructor s Name: Chris Romero Contact Information: Office location and hours: HU 108C. By appointment. Online Office Hours: You may contact me at the address listed above. On weekdays, you can expect a response within 24 hours. At other times, including weekends, please allow 36 hours. Phone: chris Course Description (catalog description as described in course outline): A study of computer programming fundamentals and problem solving techniques. The course includes using basic logic and data structures, flow charts, algorithms, and innovative media rich tools to design, develop, test, and document object oriented computer programs in a hands on setting. This course prepares the student for a first semester course in any formal programming language. Student Learning Outcomes (as described in course outline) : 1. Develop computer programs using a variety of tools, including flowcharting, pseudocode, and hierarchy charts. 2. Apply basic logic structures, including sequence, selection, and repetition. 3. Apply data structures, including arrays and files. 4. Apply GUI program development environments to implement solutions in a programming language. 5. Apply structured problem solving techniques to (a) create and code solutions, (b) test and correct solutions, and (c) document solutions. Special accommodations: College of the Redwoods complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Please present your written accommodation request at least one week before the first test so that necessary arrangements can be made. No last minute arrangements or post test adjustments will be made. If you have a disability or believe you might benefit from disability related services and may need accommodations, please see me or contact Disabled Students Programs and Services. Students may make requests for alternative media by contacting DSPS. Academic Misconduct: Cheating, plagiarism, collusion, abuse of resource materials, computer misuse, fabrication or falsification, multiple submissions, complicity in academic misconduct, and/ or bearing false witness will not be tolerated. Violations will be dealt with according to the procedures and sanctions proscribed by the College of the Redwoods. Students caught plagiarizing or cheating on exams will receive an F in the course. 2012F

2 The student code of conduct is available on the College of the Redwoods website at: % pdf Additional information about the rights and responsibilities of students, Board policies, and administrative procedures is located in the college catalog and on the College of the Redwoods homepage. College of the Redwoods is committed to equal opportunity in employment, admission to the college, and in the conduct of all of its programs and activities. 2012F

3 Syllabus for Programming Fundamentals. CIS 12. Section V6206. Online Delivery Fall 2014 Your Instructor Chris Romero Office: HU 108C, Eureka campus chris Phone: (707) On Campus Office Hours: By Appointment Online Office Hours: You may contact me at the address listed above. On weekdays, you can expect a response within 24 hours. At other times, including weekends, please allow 36 hours. Welcome Welcome to Programming Fundamentals online. This information is for students who are considering this course or have already registered for the class. Course Description CIS 12 Programming Fundamentals (4 units lecture/lab) This course is a study of computer programming fundamentals and problem solving techniques. Coursework includes using basic logic and data structures, flowcharts, and pseudo code to design, develop, test, and document computer programs in a hands on setting. You should be prepared to spend up to hours/week, every week, on this course. Course Term: August 23, 2014 to December 13, 2014 Course Format This course is offered completely online. Students are expected to: do the assigned reading from the textbook review and program the examples presented in the textbook review all Checkpoint questions review my annotated PowerPoint slides participate in all discussion forums optionally research topics using the Web and/or supplemental textbooks complete all online assignments complete all labs take all quizzes take both exams Course Outcomes Upon successful completion, you will be able to:

4 1. Develop computer programs using a variety of tools, including flowcharting, pseudocode, and hierarchy charts. 2. Apply basic logic structures, including sequence, selection, and repetition. 3. Apply data structures, including arrays and files. 4. Apply GUI program development environments to implement solutions in a programming language. 5. Apply structured problem solving techniques to (a) create and code solutions, (b) test and correct solutions, and (c) document solutions. Required Textbooks/Materials Textbook: Starting Out with Alice. A Visual Introduction to Programming, 3rd Edition By: Tony Gaddis, Pearson Education, Inc. c2013, ISBN: Please purchase your textbook and CD well before the class begins. You will need it beginning the first week of class. Student Contact You were already assigned a MyCR account upon registering for this course. This is the ONLY account that I will use to communicate with you. I will also use the MyCR messaging system to communicate with you about the course. Please make it a habit to check both your messages and your MyCR regularly for information about our class. More information about your MyCR account can be found at: Course Requirements Prerequisite: None Recommended Preparation: CIS1 and Math 376 Course Policies Quizzes: Each week an online quiz is posted on MyCR. The quiz will help you and me assess your understanding of some of the major concepts from the course material. Complete the quiz by the due date. Quizzes will be part of your participation grade. Your actual quiz score will not count toward your grade. Instead, your effort of taking the quiz is what will count. Exams: There will be two exams, one at the midterm and one during finals week. The exams will be available online through MyCR for one week. You will have the entire week to find a day and time that works with your schedule to complete the exam. The exams will be part objective with multiple choice and true false questions to be completed while logged into MyCR. The exams will also require hands on Alice programs (aka: practicums) to be created according to a given problem statement. These Alice files will need to be uploaded through MyCR exam page. It will be your responsibility to make sure that the uploaded file is functional and completely satisfies the problem statement requirements. Once the exam is started, all parts must be completed within the time allotted. There are NO Make up exams! The Exam dates are posted in the schedule. If you plan to travel during an exam week, make sure you have reliable broadband internet connection and a computer with the Alice software.

5 Assignments: Assignments are due every Sunday by 11:55pm. Assignments will be comprised of reading, researching, wordprocessing answers to objective and essay questions, and hands on Alice work. I strongly suggest that you chip away at assignments during the week, leaving just a small item or two to do during the final day. Outages do happen both with MyCR and your ISP, especially during the winter season. Any part of an assignment that is late will use up one of your late allowances. You will be allowed 3 late assignments for the semester. Each late assignment will be accepted up to one week past the due date (with a 10% late penalty). Labs: Labs are due every Friday by 11:55pm. In preparation for the assignments, lab exercises will be assigned to help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to do well on the assignments and exams. These lab exercises will be mostly from the step by step tutorials presented in each chapter. I can't emphasize enough how important they are to your success on both the assignments and the exams. Late Labs will not be accepted. While you will forfeit your lab points if they are not submitted on time, it is still strongly recommended that you do the lab work to prepare for the assignment. Connection Issues: Problems at your end no extension in the due date. IT staff verify that MyCR servers were down only during the last 2 hours (i.e. 10pm midnight Pacific time) of the due date for forums, assignments or exams no due date extension. Disqualification: You will be subject to disqualification (dropped from the roll) if you have not posted your week 1 introduction, or if you have missed more than 50% of the discussion forum postings, and/or have not handed in any required work by the census date (3rd week of the semester). You will also be subject to disqualification from the course by the 10th week of the semester if you are failing the course due to a lack of participation resulting in missed discussion forums, assignments, labs or exams. Incomplete Grades: I don't give incompletes! However, if your place of residence is carried away by a tsunami while completing your final assignment, I may reconsider. This means an incomplete may be granted in EXTREME circumstances. You must be receiving at least a C grade at the time of the tsunami. Academic Dishonesty: Cheating, plagiarism, collusion, abuse of resource materials, computer misuse, fabrication or falsification, multiple submissions, complicity in academic misconduct, and/ or bearing false witness will not be tolerated. Violations will be dealt with according to the procedures and sanctions proscribed by the College of the Redwoods. Students caught plagiarizing or cheating on exams will receive an F in the course. Each student is expected to turn in their own work. A Student caught turning in another students' work as their own, will result in both students receiving a 0 for that work and will be subject to failing the course. It is amazingly easy to spot cheating in a programming course. There are so many different ways to create solutions for Alice problems, that two solutions with identical objects, identifiers, and commands is a real flag.

6 Student Code of Conduct: Students are expected to adhere to the Student Conduct Code. The student code of conduct is available on the College of the Redwoods website at: pdf Discussion Forums Active online participation is required. Our class discussions will be more interesting and meaningful when each student provides comments and personal insight about the subject matter. The quality of your forum posts will be a significant part of your final score. Each week, I will post a new Discussion Forum topic relating to the course material being covered during that week. It is essential that you do the reading for that week before you attempt your response. You will be graded on how well you respond to my initial post, as well as to follow up discussions. Your first thread posting is due each week by Wednesday. Providing a quality thread posting is worth a full 6 points. You will also be required to make one quality response to a peer by Saturday of each week. You will be given a full 4 points for your quality peer response. Unsatisfactory Full credit Quality of postings Quantity of postings Timeliness of posts Postings are not relevant to the question posed. "I agree with you" and "Good job" without expanding on your opinion. Disrespectful dialogue, including profanity or personal attacks. Neglects to respond to any postings OR Dominates the discussion with excessive postings Posts meet the other criteria but are posted after the week when class discussions have moved on to other topics. Postings reflect the readings (citing the source) and/or critical thinking/real world application processing is evident. Share the reasons you agree or disagree with others' ideas. Provide pseudocode and/or program examples that illustrate your idea or advance the learning. Posts original entry and responds to at least one other participant. More participation is encouraged to the extent that it advances learning in the course and does not dominate the discussion forum. Responses occur early enough in the week to allow others to provide feedback and contribute to the information exchange of the learning community. One way to do well on your online postings is to spend some time researching the topics outside of your textbook. Use the Internet and other books to provide another perspective or for a more detailed explanation. Including a hyperlink to relevant Internet information gives others the opportunity to learn more too. Remember to cite your references. Just as you would use a nice tone in the classroom, be sure to prepare thoughtful and friendly responses online. The forum discussions are an opportunity to help others with their understanding of the concepts covered. If you see a post where someone is struggling to understand (or is incorrect), try to help them out. Find something positive to say about their effort, and then add your comments. Try to illustrate your explanation, rather than referring them to your post. Be polite, supportive, and encouraging. The online learning environment should be helpful and enjoyable! Reflection forum posts: In addition to the guided forum postings and replies that you will be doing each week, you are also responsible for a weekly reflection posting. Every Saturday, you will be asked to reflect back on the

7 week's material and share something. Reflection gives you an opportunity to gain a deeper comprehension of the material. It also can give you a chance to identify concepts where you still need to develop a better understanding. You are encouraged to review what your peers are posting and help them. You will be given 4 points for each reflection posting. Late discussion forum postings will not be graded. One final note anyone that acts offensively online will be subject to removal from the class. This includes using insulting (or foul) language, or being demeaning in discussion forum posts. Grading 1. Exams: 30% 2. Assignments: 30% 3. Class Participation (DF, Quizzes):20% 4. Labs: 20% Grade Scale % = A; 80 89% = B; 70 79% = C; 60 69% = D; 59% or less = F Computer Set Up and Skills Online courses require adequate computer skills. You should be able to navigate websites, open and download files, and submit files to MyCR. Familiarity with MyCR or another course management tool is recommended. Go to for more information about MyCR. Username and password instructions are available at this site. There are also tutorials, guides and contact information for our distance education support staff provided on the website. Here's a specific link on using MyCR. Computer Requirements Most computers and internet providers are adequate. You will need a browser program and speakers (or headphones) to view the brief tutorials I have provided. I would recommend broadband services through cable, DSL, or satellite providers. You need to have regular access to the internet at least three times a week and for possibly hours at a time for 15 weeks. Computers are available on campus with the Alice software installed. However, availability is limited. Room HU 210 in the Humanities building is our "open" computer lab. It does have a few classes scheduled in it, so please check during the 1st week of classes for a schedule of open lab times, which will be posted on the door. The library computers also have the Alice software available through a virtual machine. Contact your instructor for instructions on using the library computers. These are the only computers on campus with open access and with the Alice software installed. Please use these computers only on a limited basis and as a backup to your own computer. Specific Programming Software This class uses the Alice software program. Go to for system requirements and download information about Alice. I strongly suggest you download Alice and view the built in tutorials before the semester begins. We will be using Alice version (current release 7/15/2014). Alice 3.1 is available too, but is very different from version 2.4, and therefore we will not be using it. Also, a word processor will be required to prepare your answers to exercises. If you will be using a wordprocessor other than Microsoft, please save your documents in a compatible format like.rtf. Time Commitment

8 Your commitment will require at least as much time as you would dedicate to a traditional class and greater self discipline. A typical 4 credit hour lecture/lab class will require about 12 hours per week of your time. You will need to read posted lectures, read textbook chapters, participate in online discussions, complete assignments, write and submit programs, and take the online midterm and final exams. Plan to be online at least several times each week. In addition to your commitment, you need to be aware of what online learning involves. I strongly recommend you visit the following links to see what online learning is all about. You may also want to take one of CR's free Online Learning Orientation courses. CR's Distance Education website Take the online readiness survey Online student profile Tips for the online student Netiquette guidelines Getting Started Before the first day of class, go to and download Alice 2.4. Get your textbook (be sure to get the CD too, it will save you lots of extra programming). Go to the MyCR login site at Username and password instructions are available at this site. Review and execute the lesson plan for week 1. Lesson plans for each week are found under the Lessons link in the side navigation bar. You must participate fully by the end of the first week (Sunday for us) or you may be dropped from the class. Accommodations College of the Redwoods complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act in making reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Please present your written accommodation request at least one week before the first test so that necessary arrangements can be made. No lastminute arrangements or post test adjustments will be made. If you have a disability or believe you might benefit from disability related services and may need accommodations, please see me or contact Disabled Students Programs and Services. Students may make requests for alternative media by contacting DSPS. If you need accommodations to succeed in this online class you should contact Disabled Student Programs and Services at and the instructor. All student resources can be found at: College of the Redwoods Student Services links Course Schedule This schedule is subject to change with fair notice: Wk Wk of 1 Topic Why Alice?/Intro to Alice Reading Preface, Ch. 1, pgs 1 50 & Discussion Forum Topic Due Wed Introductions and Why Alice? Replies& Reflections Due Sat. Introductions and Why Alice? Labs Due Friday Quiz Due Wed Ch1 QCh1 Ch1 Assignments Due Sunday

9 Programming in Alice Programming in Alice Variables, Functions, Math, and Strings Variables, Functions, Math, and Strings 6 Decision 7 Repetition Midterm (Ch. 1 5) Methods & Functions Methods & Functions 11 Events 12 Lists & Arrays 13 Lists & Arrays Transition to Java Transition to Java Final Exam (Ch. 6 8) Course Docs Ch. 2, pgs Ch. 2, Intro to pgs Methods Ch.3, pgs Ch. 3, pgs Ch. 4, pgs Ch. 5, pgs Ch.6, pgs Ch.6, pgs Ch. 7, pgs Ch. 8, pgs Ch. 8, pgs Dick Baldwin OO Terms OO Terms Ch2P1 QCh2P1 Ch2P1 Intro to Methods Ch2P2 QCh2P2 Ch2P2 Variables Variables Ch3P1 QCh3P1 Ch3P1 Functions Functions Ch3P2 QCh3P2 Ch3P2 Decision Structures Repetition Structures Class Methods and Parameters World Methods Decision Structures Repetition Structures Class Methods and Parameters World Methods Ch4 QCh4 Ch4 Ch5 QCh5 Ch5 Ch6P1 Ch6P2 QCh6P1 Ch6P1 QCh6P2 Ch6P2 BDE events BDE events Ch7 QCh7 Ch7 Lists Lists Ch8P1 QCh8P1 Ch8P1 Arrays Arrays Ch8P2 QCh8P2 Ch8P2 Java Differences Java Differences Java QJava Java Resources Survey N/A Java2 QJava2 JavaP2 Midterm (Due tbd) Final Exam (Due TBD )

10 Other Important Dates A DMISSIONS & R ECORDS C ALENDAR FALL 2014 Semester Start/End Date 08/23/14 12/13/14 Description: Fall 2014 semester (2014F) Calendar Full Term Other Than Full Term Classes Classes Semester Begins 08/23/14 Last Day to Register for Classes* 08/22/14 (or day before the first class meeting, whichever is later) Last Day to Add a Class** 08/29/14 (or Friday of the 1 st week of classes, whichever is later) Last Day to Drop without a W and 09/05/14 (working day before 20% of term) Receive a Refund Last Day to Drop without a W (no 09/07/14 (Sunday before 20% of term) refund) Census Date 09/08/14 (20% of term) Last Day to File P/NP Option 09/19/14 (25% of term) Last Day to Petition to Graduate or 10/30/14 (Last Thursday in October) Apply for Certificate Last Day for Student Initiated 10/31/14 (62.5% of term) Withdrawal (no refund) Last Day for Faculty Initiated Withdrawal 10/31/14 (62.5% of term) Final Examinations 12/08 12/13 Semester Ends 12/13/14 Grades Due (grades instructor entered 12/19/14 via WebAdvisor) Grades Available (estimated) 01/02/15 Viewable on WebAdvisor day after instructor enters grades Holidays Labor Day (all campuses closed) 09/01/14 Veteran s Day (all campuses closed) 11/10/14 Thanksgiving (all campuses closed) 11/27/14 11/29/14 Winter Holidays (all campuses closed) 12/22/14 12/26/14 Notes *A student may register for a class via WebAdvisor until the day before a class begins.

11 **Waitlisted students may add a class via WebAdvisor after the class begins if the instructor has granted permission to add for the student. Permission expires in five days; however, student MUST register before census date of the class. The grades available date is the target date for having all grades entered for Fall 2014 semester and the Academic Standing process run. Transcripts waiting for grades to be posted will be mailed around this date. If students need fall grades on their transcript, they should not order their transcript until they see all their grades on their WebAdvisor account. This syllabus is subject to modification with fair notice.

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