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FLG Coding Camps 2018

Due to high demand, registration is limited to one session per camper.

Week 1: June 11-15

AM session: Website Development (ages 11-16) – with James Madsen & Tiffany Tcheng

PM session: Introduction to Coding (ages 8-12)

 

Week 2: June 18-22

AM session: Robotics (ages 8-12)

PM session: Introduction to Coding (ages 8-12)

 

Week 3: June 25-29

AM session: Introduction to Coding (ages 13-15)

PM session: Robotics (ages 13-15) – with The Wonder Factory

 

AM session: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

PM session: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Camp Description

Located at CollegeAmerica, these week-long, no cost summer camps operate four hours a day and include 2-3 hours of coding each day.

Introduction to Coding (ages 8-15)

In introduction to coding, campers learn the basics of coding through an interface that resembles a video game platform, thereby building immediate enthusiasm and level of comfort. As the camp progresses, campers will work in development teams to design and develop coding projects and challenges. The camp also introduces various roles and potential careers that make up the digital workplace ecosystem. Community leaders and digital professionals visit periodically to address the importance of learning to code and how coding plays a direct or indirect role in their own professional lives.

Robotics (ages 8-15)

In ROBOTICS camp students will engineer and code their ROBOTS throughout the week. As the camp progresses, the campers will work in development teams to design and develop coding projects and challenges. The camp also introduces various roles and potential careers that make up the digital workplace ecosystem. Community leaders and digital professionals visit periodically to address the importance of learning to code and how coding plays a direct or indirect role in their own professional lives.

Website Development (ages 11-16)

Learn how to build your own website!

  • Design – The first step to creating any website! Brainstorm, sketch and verbalize ideas.
  • Site Structure – Begin with basic HTML to implement your designs into code.
  • Styles – Colors, images, videos, fonts and more!
  • Frameworks – Quick ways to build an idea or lay out a website!

At the end of this week participants will have learned how to design and code a basic personal website. This is an intermediate class and previous coding experience is required.

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