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#### How Computers Work

Computers have come a long way since John W. Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert's room-sized ENIAC (Electrical Numerical Integrator and Calculator). While the size of computers has dramatically decreased, the complexity of these machines has...

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#### How Do Touchscreens Work?

Why can't we text when wearing wool gloves? The narrator explains the science behind touchscreens as part of a larger physics series. From sensors to translation, the complex process of sending a simple emoji comes to life.

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#### Silicon - The Internet's Favorite Element

Is silicon the same in Spanish? Si. Here is a video that focuses on silicon, including its network solids and network arrangements. It makes connections to solid-state semiconductors, n-type and p-type semiconductors, diodes,...

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#### Encoding Color Images

Color me green. The fourth lesson in a unit of 15 introduces the class to color images and how to encode color images using binary code and hexadecimal numbers — and they will quickly notice that it is easier to code the color for each...

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#### Sending Binary Messages

Pairs build a device that will be able to send a binary message. They then update their device to allow it to send four possible messages before upping the ante to eight. The provided self-assessment rubric comes with reflection...

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#### Speaking in Phases

Hear from deep space. Pupils learn how satellites transfer information back to Earth. They learn about three different ways to modulate radio waves and how a satellite sends information with only 0s and 1s. Using sound, class members...

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#### Values Written as Powers: Binary Numbers 9 to 16

Challenge mathematicians to crack the binary code with an interactive that focuses on numbers nine to 16. A table reveals exponential equations to aid in answering multiple-choice questions. A discussion question gauges comprehension.

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#### Values Written as Powers: Binary Numbers 17 to 24

Boost mathematicians' proficiency of binary numbers 17 to 24 with an interactive comprised of six questions—multiple-choice, true or false, and a discussion. A color-coded table reveals binary equivalents to aid in the problem-solving...

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#### Satellite Telemetry

Satellites require rockets to launch, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand them. Future engineers learn about how satellites send data to Earth and how to interpret satellite images. They see how radio waves play a role...

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#### Computer Science Carnival

Take a ride and have some fun with computer science. Scholars set up and conduct a carnival with a computer science theme. It has activities involving binary numbers, computer hardware, decryption, conditional statements, loops,...

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#### Computer Engineering and the End of Moore's Law: Crash Course Engineering #35

Engineers make better computers, and computers make better engineers. An informative video describes the components of computers, including both hardware and software, and how engineers have a hand in improving these components. It also...

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#### Strategies for Teaching AP Computer Science

Implement strategies from the beginning to the end. A collection of strategies and lessons span from the first day of school to after the exam. Resources cover basic information such as computer ethics and top 10 tips to a lesson on how...

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#### How Exactly Does Binary Code Work?

As far as languages go, binary is pretty easy to learn. Scholars watch an informative video on binary code. It explains the basics of how binary code works, and then shows how people encode colors and sound as binary code.

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#### Real-Life Math | Network Engineer

Learn a bit about binary code. Pupils find out what network engineers do by watching a video in which a real-life engineer explains the math she uses in her job. As an associated activity, they consider how binary numbers work and answer...

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#### The Internet: Wires, Cables and WiFi

You thought hooking up your TV was difficult! Scholars learn about the various components that allow Internet users to send information across vast distances. This includes wires, fiber optic cables, and WiFi.

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#### How Computers Work: Binary and Data

There are two types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who do not. Pupils watch a video that describes how computers store information using binary code. They learn how programmers can encode text, images, and...

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#### Magnetic Mad Libs

Examine the science behind computer communication. After defining the properties of magnets, learners simulate how a computer hard drive works by sending each other binary codes using the magnets. They use these communications to...

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#### How to Subtract By Adding

Investigate the claim that 999997=-3. Learners discover how to subtract large numbers using a quick method of addition. The video provides examples and shows how adding machines and computers apply this approach to subtraction.

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#### The First Programming Languages: Crash Course Computer Science #11

Computers need to know a lot of languages, n'est-ce pas? Scholars learn about advances in computer programming, from assemblers and compilers to more recent programming languages. They learn how these advances led to a shift in...

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#### Registers and RAM: Crash Course Computer Science #6

Computers need to remember their addresses, too. Scholars learn about random access memory (RAM) by watching a video. They see how computers store memory and how circuits require memory addresses to access memory.

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#### Boolean Logic and Logic Gates: Crash Course Computer Science #3

Boolean logic just makes sense. A video teaches individuals about Boolean logic and its connection to the binary system. It shows how the operations NOT, AND, OR, and XOR are shown on electric circuits using transistors.

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#### The Mathematics of Quantum Computers

Scholars learn about the basics of quantum computing, starting with Schrodinger's Cat through a video that explains the mathematics behind quantum computers, including the representation of quantum gates as matrices.

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#### Binary Basics

Back to the (binary) basics. The resource provides a simple overview of binary code and gives two different activities to introduce it to elementary and middle school learners. Classmates write and decode messages to each other in binary...

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#### Quantum Computing Breakthrough

In January 2017, the first quantum computer was offered to the public and came with 2000 qubits. The breakthrough that makes quantum computing possible is detailed in a video that also discusses how quantum computing will change...