Coding clubs are open to any 5th = 12th grade student who is interested in learning how to code or improving their existing coding skills. No prior coding experience is required to join in on the fun for many courses.
All classes are offered fully virtually with once per week live meetings for the 2020 - 2021 academic year.
Fall & Winter Semester Coding Clubs
$20 for 13 classes | Begins Week of October 26th
We are offering five different coding clubs for our fall and winter terms. All courses will meet 13 times between the end of October through late February. A full schedule will be mailed to all participants after registration.
All courses have no prerequisites and are open to all students. Instructors are MSOE students studying computer science, computer engineering or software engineering.
Scholarships are available! E-mail Liz Taylor email@example.com.
Course Offerings for Fall and Winter 2020 - 2021 Session
Please be sure to reference grade prerequisites noted below. We recommend students stay in grade levels they are associated with - even for advanced leaners - as Tynker has built in tools to scaffold difficulty up for students within a grade band. No prior coding experience is required for any course.
Programming 201 Courses
Girls Who Code: Programming 201 | Mondays 5:30 - 7:00 | Grades 5-6
Programming 201 | Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:30 | Grades 5-6
An introduction to block programming for beginners in upper elementary grades with a focus on game design, animation, and music.
Python 101 Courses
Girls Who Code: Python 101 | Mondays 6:00 - 7:30 | Grades 7+
Python 101 | Wednesdays 5:30 - 7:00 | Grades 7+
An introduction to Python for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school with a focus on game design. Python is a coding language.
Python 201 Course
Python 201 | Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:30 | Grades 8+
A deeper look at Python for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school with a focus on real-world computing problems. Python is a coding language.
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