Building the Bio-CS Bridge: High School Curriculum to Integrate Biology and Computer SciencePublic
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Computer science teaching in high school must increase to meet the demand of graduates in the subject and should incorporate material from different subjects. The Bio-CS Bridge curriculum uses agent-based modeling of biological systems to address CS and Biology standards. Existing curriculum using the block-based language Starlogo Nova was expanded and improved, and new activities and simulations were added using the text-based language NetLogo. These resources will allow students with a variety of CS backgrounds to learn from the curriculum.
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