Fremont

Screening Room - Teen Center

04/02 - 04/06

9:00 AM - 3 PM

 

Fremont

Office - Teen Center

04/02 - 04/06

9:00 AM - 3 PM

Junior programmers - 6 to 8 years old

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Learn to create your first programs using Scratch Jr.! Start with making a character dance to producing a full simulated environment.In this introductory sequence of projects for Scratch Jr., we gradually introduce a variety of practices and concepts while simultaneously introducing young coders to a variety of blocks and tools in Scratch Jr. Each of the projects is aligned with the algorithms and programming standards developed by the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA).

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RoboCode - 8 to 12 years old

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Solve robotic challenges using Design Thinking methodology. Students will need to code their robots to solve puzzles, shoot into hoops, play music, go through a maze. Students learn programming, a must-have 21st century skill, while playing and having fun. By solving challenges in groups, they also reinforce their collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving skills

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Saratoga

Saratoga Elementary School Clubhouse

04/09 - 04/13

9:00 AM - 3 PM

 

Little Programmers - 5 to 7 years old

Code for fun’s Little Programmers class is a great introduction to Robotic.  Students use Beebots robots. This toy won’t start marching with the flick of the on switch. Instead, your child will learn sequencing, estimation, problem solving and will have fun programming their new Robot friend! They send their Robots on fun adventures like:  Adding and subtracting, going through maze, navigating through a city

Other activities during the program cover computational thinking exercises, studying the technology timeline and hardware.

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Redwood City

Sandpiper Community Center (SCCcr)

04/09 - 04/13

9:00 AM - 3 PM

 

Code your games with Scratch (beginner to intermediate) 8 to 12 years old

Learn how to create your own games using Scratch Programming language! This program is designed for beginner and intermediate levels. The students will learn the basics of game design and features necessary to make a game fun and interactive: controls, scores, multiple levels, and user interface. For intermediate levels, students will be given some additional challenges to solve and will learn new concepts that they can integrate in a game of their own design. Students will also learn how to share games online, to provide feedback to peers in order to build online citizenship skills.

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Milpitas

Sports Center

04/16 - 04/20

9 AM - 3 PM

 

Mobile App Development for beginners- 9 to 14 years old

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Anyone Can Build Apps That Impact the World. Student will learn computational thinking with App Inventor and will get many interesting hands-on examples, including simple games and practical tools, to make programming fun and easy even for beginners without any prior programming experience.

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