Course 1:Java Programming Essentials: AP Computer Science A
Elementary Java Programming, Structural Programming, Basic Data Structures, Objects, and Classes
Good for college level Java 101 (first semester) or AP Computer Science A (College Board) first semester.
Course 2:Java Object-Oriented Programming: AP Computer Science B
Java AP II, Java Object-Oriented Programming, Java Graphics User Interface, and Java Algorithms and Data Structure Study
Good for college level Java 101 (second semester) or AP Computer Science A (College Board) Second semester.
What can you get from these courses?
These course covers AP Computer Science A which includes complete introduction for Java programming. Extra materials are given to help students to be college ready. The course is suitable for people who are seeking for a on-line class for introduction to Java programming, who is preparing for AP Computer Science Exam in high school and who want to sharpen their knowledge in Java in college or as an engineer.
These courses include elementary programming in Java, program structures, OOP, and basic data structures and algorithm study. This course revolutionize the way computer science is taught. Instead of teaching textbook chapter by chapter.
This course will be focused on an example program in each lecture. Lucid big idea in computer science will be introduced by the example program. It is followed by explanation of Java syntax and other language features. Practice questions, quizzes, and programming exercises will be given thereafter to enhance the understanding of the idea and to help to improve programming efficiency and test scores.
A spiral study model is suggested for student to build up good programming habits and shorten learning cycles in programming.
I would proudly say that this is one of the best Java Programming course on-line ever.
In this course, you will get:
(1) On-line lectures (with .pdf slides)
(2) sample programs (in Java)
(3) Quiz and exams (in multiple choice format) with solution
(4) AP format exam with solution.
(5) Free-online textbook access.
(6) Free on-line related information links and book chapters.
(7) Demo programs
(8) Lab projects
(9) Chapter projects.
(10) Facebook Q&A support and Gmail responses.
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