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AP Computer Science Principles is a course that leads students through the details of the seven big ideas in Computer Science: Creativity, Abstraction, Data and Information, Algorithms, Programming, The Internet, and Global Impact. With these in mind, students will also learn the six computational practices that will build the foundation of their computational thinking and understanding of computer science principals: connecting computing, creating computational artifacts, analyzing problems and artifacts, abstracting, communicating, and collaborating. Chromebooks are not compatible with the coding programs used for this course. Students must have a Mac or PC.