Before you can learn to code, you must first learn how to use a computer!
In this course, young kids acquire the knowledge and ability to use computers and related technology (such as applications) efficiently. They also learn tips and tricks that might seem elementary to a programmer, but that you yourself may not even know.
This course is the perfect start point for youngsters who are ready to start exploring the world of technology and coding.
In this course, students will learn to use Scratch -- a powerful yet beginner-friendly drag-and-drop programming platform to create their own games and animations.
Students will learn fundamental STEM concepts like events, loops, variables, and the coordinate system through immersive storytelling and fun projects.
No prior coding experience needed.
Have you ever thought of creating 3D models to be 3D printed? Join us in this course to get introduced to the world of 3D modeling with Tinkercad. It is a fun, easy to use, web-based 3D modeling and design application. In this course, you will create simple 3D models and you’ll keep the files of your creations to be 3D printed at any time and anywhere you can find a 3D printer. You don’t need any design experience.
This intermediate-level course teaches students how to create more complex and feature-rich games by applying the STEM concepts learned in the previous module.
This course is recommended only for students who have completed the Intro to Scratch course.
In this Intro to App development course, students will learn the basics of designing and coding Apps for mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). They will learn how to use Thunkable, a popular online platform to build and test apps. Students will learn the fundamentals of designing apps and they will learn basic coding concepts so they can code their own apps. Projects include building a paint app, a meme generator app, whack-a-mole game app, and more.
In this class, students will learn how to use a text-based programming language, Python. Students will learn concepts and terminology that are common in Computer Science.
They will create fun games and simple programs to solve problems. This class teaches critical, foundational programming in Python, including functions, variables, data types, loops, and operators. These skills seamlessly transfer to other programming languages and coding classes.
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