This is an orgLib effort to demonstrate how computer science programming can be incorporated into Common Core for Math, it is NOT part of Common Core State Standards requirements.
Despite that computer science is not incorporated into the Common Core requirements, orgLib offers illustrations of how to incorporate simple computer programming algorithms in JavaScript, which is a mainstream language, into math problems aligned to Common Core as a way to get students more familiar with programming and demonstrate understanding of CCSS. The problems are presented as programs with few simple unambiguous commands with focus on the following abstract programming concepts:
· Variable declarations
· Variable assignments
· Operators
· Decisions
· Loops
orgLib does not offer interactive programs and games, orgLib offers assessments that enhance students understanding and familiarity with math and programming. Teachers can use orgLib as an additional channel to provide students with relevant Common Core Math contents that are mapped to programming concepts to enhance students' skills in math and programming.
orgLib's approach is to make the students familiar with programming mainstream language's syntax as part of the learning process and train students at an early age to understand programming basics concepts and to get familiar looking at code and be able to answer what a simple program algorithm does without running the program.
Assessments that include computer programming algorithms are listed under the folder "All Domain Summative Assessments" for each grade level.
K  Miscellaneous Assessments
Grade 1  Adaptive  Other Assessments
Grade 2  Adaptive  Other Assessments
Grade 3  Adaptive  Other Assessments
The assessments are based on grade levels because of the mapping between common core standards, which are gradebased, and the programming concepts. However teachers can provide as assessment under Klevel K Computer Programming Assessment  1 to any grade level, for example to second graders or fifth graders if they wish to do so.
