AAPT Course for Credit
Coding Integration into High School Physics & Physical Science using STEMcoding Project Resources
The goal of this particular course is to show teachers how computer programming exercises can be integrated into high school physics (AP or non-AP) and high school physical science in a simple, fun and engaging way. For a variety of reasons, this course is not intended to take the place of "modeling instruction" workshops by the American Modeling Teachers Association (AMTA) in any way.
The basis of this course is a set of computer programming exercises that Prof. Orban developed (at least initially) for freshman physics courses on OSU's Marion campus. Over a thousand college and high school students, many of whom have never written a computer program before, have successfully completed these exercises. As discussed in Orban et al. 2018 (https://aapt.scitation.org/doi/10.1119/1.5058449) surveys of students at OSU Marion seem to indicate that the content is at an appropriate diculty level, even for absolute beginner programmers.
What programming language is involved?