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Eight-year-old Terysa loves to solve problems. Give her some time and she'll figure out how to solve anything. So when Terysa is given an older computer for her birthday, she faces her biggest challenge yet: can she make it talk? Terysa is full of good ideas, but will any of them work, or does she need to change her approach and think less like a human and think more like a computer? This fun and interactive story introduces children to the basics of coding through an engaging narrative based on the true story of a little girl who loves to solve problems! Looking for more resources for your family or students? Sign up to extend the lesson with FREE age-appropriate lessons according to state and federal education standards at https://www.terysasolvesit.com/extend-the-lesson
Why Are There Different Computer Languages? by Kirsty Holmes Pdf
A computer is a complex piece of technology that has its own languages. Readers learn about these multiple languages in this informative and engaging text, which clearly explains select programming languages, such as Python and Scratch. Readers enrich their knowledge of essential computer skills and concepts in a way that's easily understandable. In addition to the age-appropriate text, creative illustrations, useful fact boxes, instructional graphic organizers, and educational diagrams are included to provide further depth to the text. Readers will find themselves captivated by the charming design as they are introduced to a foundational computer science concept.
What Is Coding? by Steffi Cavell-Clarke,Thomas Welch Pdf
Young readers are exposed to the exciting world of coding. They will be given an introduction to the basics of key computer programming markup languages, such as HTML and CSS. In learning about these essential computer skills and subjects, readers will improve their problem-solving skills and prepare to make their own website or even pursue a career in coding. In addition to the age-appropriate text, there are informative diagrams, helpful fact boxes, instructional graphic organizers, and eye-catching illustrations, which make this topic to make even more interesting and engaging for young readers.
Ada Byron Lovelace and the Thinking Machine by Laurie Wallmark Pdf
Offers an illustrated telling of the story of Ada Byron Lovelace, from her early creative fascination with mathematics and science and her devastating bout with measles, to the ground-breaking algorithm she wrote for Charles Babbage's analytical engine.
Computer scientist code the programs that we use everyday on our computers, tables, and smart phones. They help us work, communicate, and play games. Women in Computer Science looks at individuals who are making a major difference in this field. Compelling text, color photos, and helpful back matter highlight these women and their work. Features include a table of contents, a glossary, and an index. F&P: V, Type: Nonfiction
An engaging picture book biography of a groundbreaking female mathematician. Emmy Noether is not pretty, quiet or good at housework — all the things a girl of her time is expected to be. What she is, though, is brilliant at math. And when she grows up, she skirts the rules to first study math at a university and then teach it. She also helps to solve of the most pressing mathematical and physics problems of the day. And though she doesn’t get much credit during her lifetime, her discoveries continue to influence how we understand the world today. One of the most influential mathematicians of the twentieth century finally gets her due!
Matter: Physical Science for Kids from the Picture Book Science series gets kids excited about science! What’s the matter? Everything is matter! Everything you can touch and hold is made up of matter—including you, your dog, and this book! Matter is stuff that you can weigh and that takes up space, which means pretty much everything in the world is made of matter. In Matter: Physical Science for Kids, kids ages 5 to 8 explore the definition of matter and the different states of matter, plus the stuff in our world that isn’t matter, such as sound and light! In this nonfiction picture book, children are introduced to physical science through detailed illustrations paired with a compelling narrative that uses fun language to convey familiar examples of real-world science connections. By recognizing the basic physics concept of matter and identifying the different ways matter appears in real life, kids develop a fundamental understanding of physical science and are impressed with the idea that science is a constant part of our lives and not limited to classrooms and laboratories. Simple vocabulary, detailed illustrations, easy science experiments, and a glossary all support exciting learning for kids ages 5 to 8. Perfect for beginner readers or as a read aloud nonfiction picture book! Part of a set of four books in a series called Picture Book Science that tackles different kinds of physical science (waves, forces, energy, and matter), Matter offers beautiful pictures and simple observations and explanations. Quick STEM activities such as weighing two balloons to test if air is matter help readers cross the bridge from conceptual to experiential learning and provide a foundation of knowledge that will prove invaluable as kids progress in their science education. Perfect for children who love to ask, “Why?” about the world around them, Matter satisfies curiosity while encouraging continual student-led learning.
What Is Geolocation? by Patricia Harris, Ph.D. Pdf
From Pok幦on GO to Google Search results, geolocation lets your computer or phone know exactly where you are. Young readers are already becoming familiar with geolocation through exciting new apps and games that make the most of GPS location services, but are these services also invading our privacy? This book explores the pros and cons of geolocation and looks towards the future of location-driven applications. Topics also include indoor location technologies and beacons. Supportive visuals help students make the most of their reading experience.
Viola Desmond Won't Be Budged by Jody Nyasha Warner Pdf
Tells the story of Viola Desmond, an African Canadian woman who, in 1946, challenged a Nova Scotia movie theater's segregation policy by refusing to move from her seat to an upstairs section designated for use by blacks.
Constrained Coding and Soft Iterative Decoding by John L. Fan Pdf
Constrained Coding and Soft Iterative Decoding is the first work to combine the issues of constrained coding and soft iterative decoding (e.g., turbo and LDPC codes) from a unified point of view. Since constrained coding is widely used in magnetic and optical storage, it is necessary to use some special techniques (modified concatenation scheme or bit insertion) in order to apply soft iterative decoding. Recent breakthroughs in the design and decoding of error-control codes (ECCs) show significant potential for improving the performance of many communications systems. ECCs such as turbo codes and low-density parity check (LDPC) codes can be represented by graphs and decoded by passing probabilistic (a.k.a. `soft') messages along the edges of the graph. This message-passing algorithm yields powerful decoders whose performance can approach the theoretical limits on capacity. This exposition uses `normal graphs,' introduced by Forney, which extend in a natural manner to block diagram representations of the system and provide a simple unified framework for the decoding of ECCs, constrained codes, and channels with memory. Soft iterative decoding is illustrated by the application of turbo codes and LDPC codes to magnetic recording channels. For magnetic and optical storage, an issue arises in the use of constrained coding, which places restrictions on the sequences that can be transmitted through the channel; the use of constrained coding in combination with soft ECC decoders is addressed by the modified concatenation scheme also known as `reverse concatenation.' Moreover, a soft constraint decoder yields additional coding gain from the redundancy in the constraint, which may be of practical interest in the case of optical storage. In addition, this monograph presents several other research results (including the design of sliding-block lossless compression codes, and the decoding of array codes as LDPC codes). Constrained Coding and Soft Iterative Decoding will prove useful to students, researchers and professional engineers who are interested in understanding this new soft iterative decoding paradigm and applying it in communications and storage systems.