Day 1: Design Thinking In Computer Science 3

This year, we’re teaching a new Computer Science 3 course for students who have completed the AP computer science exam. We started the year by having students complete a design crash course modified from Mount Vernon Presbyterian School’s flashlab, this time with a focus on reimagining the transition to a new school. We got some great ideas, including a room designer that lets roommates collaborate on how their room should be setup before arriving on campus, and a story web—an app that lets each member of the community tell his or her story and connect it to the rest of the community. Here’s what the prototype looked like:

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