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AP Summer Institutes

Summer 2019

AP Computer Science A

Instructor: Maria Litvin

  June 25-28 July 1-5 July 8-12
Montgomery College
Rockville, MD

Marcy Jackson, Program Director
Tel: 240-567-2592
51 Mannakee Street
Rockville, MD  20850
http://cms.montgomerycollege. edu/wdce/apinstitute.html

Taft Educational Center
Watertown, Connecticut

Al Reiff, Director
Tel: 800-274-7815
Fax: 860-945-7903
110 Woodbury Road
Watertown, CT  06795
https://www2.taftschool.org/ tec/Taft_TEC/

St. Johnsbury Academy
St. Johnsbury, Vermont

Steven Jolliffe, Director
Tel: 802-751-2070
1000 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, VT  05819

July 15-19 July 22-25 July 29 - August 2
Saint Joseph’s College
Standish, Maine

Rick Dennison, APSI Program Director
Tel: 207-893-7512
Fax: 207-893-7707
278 White’s Bridge Road
Standish, ME  04084

Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ

Krystal Ladao, Director, AP Summer Institute
Tel: 848-932-9635
New Brunswick, NJ  08901

Manhattan College
New York, NY

Dr. Bridget Chalk, Director, AP Workshops
Tel: 718-862-7752
Manhattan College Pkwy
Riverdale, NY  10471

      Course outline:

      The course accommodates participants with different levels of familiarity with Java and OOP.  We will study classes and objects, constructors and methods, abstract classes and interfaces, inheritance and polymorphism, strings, 1D and 2D arrays and ArrayList, and other topics specified in the AP CS A Course Description.  We will discuss the College Board’s course audit process, work with the College Board's exemplar labs (Magpie, Picture Lab, Elevens) and other materials, including the multiple choice and free-response questions from past exams, and share techniques for teaching Java in high school.

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