The Computer Science Principles via Music is a two-day workshop for high school students to learn about the seven “big ideas” in the AP CSP curriculum identified by the College Board: Creativity, Abstraction, Data and Information, Algorithms, Programming, Internet, and Global Impact. The workshop was held at Boise State University on July 14-15, 2016.
For more information refer to the Computer Science Principles via Music flyer.
Listen to a few of the compositions created during the workshop
- Workshop Logistics:
- Computer Science Principles Background Information:
- Reference Material
- Using CS Principles with EarSketch presentation
- Going Further with EarSketch
- Music Demos
- Creative AI: Computer composers are changing how music is made
This workshop is being hosted by Boise State’s Department of Computer Science in partnership with the Boise State Concurrent Enrollment program.