Intermediate Programming and Systems Management June 28-July 1st 2005
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20 Public school teachers attended this workshop.
There is no fee for this workshop! Your hotel and food costs are covered. Parking is not covered. It is $12.00 a day at the hotel. If this is a hardship for you please contact Dr. Maureen Biggers (email@example.com).
You may apply on-line for this workshop at http://18.104.22.168:8080/workshop/IntProgSysReg.html. If you have trouble with this link you can also register at the GVSDC website http://www.gvsdc.org/. The workshop is CTE6118: Intermediate Programming and Systems Management. Applicants for Int Prog and Sys Workshop Summer 2005.
The workshop is residential and you will be staying at the:
125 10th Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
We will use a hotel shuttle to get you to campus and return you to your hotel. Your lodging and meals are covered for the workshop (but not parking). You will be staying two teachers per room. If you wish to have a private room you will need to cover the additional cost (about $70) a night. We will register for you at the hotel by May 25th.
This is a 4 day workshop. We will begin with lunch at noon on June 28th and end at 6:00pm. On Wed and Thursday we will start at 8:00am and end at 5:00pm. On Friday we will start at 8:00am and end at 3:30pm. Teachers must attend the entire workshop to get 3 PLU credits for the workshop.
This workshop is for teachers who either took the Programming and Systems Workshop in the Summer of 2004 or who have experience in a programming language such as Visual Basic, C++, C#, or Java.
We will cover working with pictures, sound, and text. We will talk about Java syntax, iteration, conditionals, input/output and exceptions. We will cover class and object variables (fields) and methods. We will also cover object-oriented principles: objects, classes, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism.
This course should prepare you to be able to take the College Board AP workshop either the same summer or the next summer.
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