Live Oak Curriculum

Live Oak CS curriculum is designed to immediately engage students in active, hands-on projects where they are able to apply what they learn in real, meaningful ways. 

Learner-Centered

Deeply rooted in learner-centered pedagogy, Live Oak curriculum offers enriching multimedia courses that balance student interest with relevant content while effectively meeting state and national standards for computer science.

Dynamic

Our team of programmers, software engineers, and systems specialists work within the industry and dynamically update the Live Oak CS curriculum to reflect new trends and ensure relevance in a continuously evolving field.

Flexible

Live Oak provides comprehensive computer science courses as well as independent coding projects and tutorials, making our system flexible enough to use in both formal and informal learning environments.

Applied Skills

Using interdisciplinary project design, Live Oak courses integrate mathematics, critical thinking, web design and programming, digital citizenship, problem-solving, game design, and much more as students engage in hands-on, active learning.
Mathematics
Apply math concepts to solve problems​ 100%
Critical Thinking
Apply solutions across complex systems​ 100%
Web Programming
Learn HTML, CSS, & Javascript​ 100%
Digital Citizenship
Use technology safely and responsibly​ 100%

All Live Oak CS Courses Feature...

Computer Science Content Specializations at Live Oak

Information Support

Services that entities provide to users of technology products or services to help them solve specific problems with a product or service.

Programming

The process of designing and building an executable computer program or algorithm to accomplish a specific computing result.

Cybersecurity

The protection of computer systems and networks from the theft of or damage to their hardware, software, or electronic data, as well as from the disruption or misdirection of the services they provide.

Game Design

Game design is the art of applying design and aesthetics to create a game for entertainment or for educational, exercise, or experimental purposes.

Web Development

The work involved in developing a website for the internet that can range from developing a simple single static page or complex web-based internet application.

Networking

A digital telecommunications network for sharing data and other resources between nodes, which are computing devices that use a common telecommunications technology.

Internet of Things - IOT

A system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are able to transfer data over a network.

CS Principles - CSP

Computer science course and examination meant to be the equivalent of a first-semester college-level course in computing.

Web Design

The production and maintenance of websites including web graphic design, interface design authorizing, user experience design and other front-end design considerations.