If you are interested in the competition. Please fill it out for us to confirm your enrollment. Fill Out FORM HERE Here are the details: Coding Competition Timeline: Starting 1/7, end 3/15/2020Fee: None Two age groups:5-8th graders9+ Graders Prize:Each group will have1 first prize: $751 Second Prize: $503 Third prize: $25 Announcement of winners on our SVWA Youth Group Website and DTE Coding & Debate School WebsiteAlso celebration will be at the Annual Mother’s day Party. (Usually in May) Format: Online submissionTwo things to submit: The presentation – ppt or pdf format – design, idea, social impact etc The code – Python or Java only,Read More →

Skill: Research Competence Students research constantly throughout the classes. Topics are designed to be interesting and accessible for students, creating additional incentives. Students research in a variety of accessible media and learn to share their research with other teammates through synthesis and summary, thereby exercising writing skills as well. Skill: Public Speaking The classes helps students to develop an optimal mix of impromptu and extemporaneous speaking skills. Oral literacy is developed through informed practice and repetition. Students gain confidence in otherwise intimidating speaking situations by preparing in advance by learning speaking techniques and conducting research on issues. Skill: Media Literacy Because students must consult andRead More →

In this class, students will experience programing complexity such as nested loops and conditions. They will advanced to learn about some Data Structures and their implementations. They will also be learning sorting algorithms and their implementations. Students will use IDE to develop. The knowledge of design and problem analysis will also be introduced. Syllabus Lesson 1 Algorithmic Thinking Lesson 2 Complex Flow and Conditions Lesson 3 String processing Lesson 4 Classes and Objects Deep Dive Lesson 5 Inheritance Hierarchy Lesson 6 Standard Classes Lesson 7 Design Process Lesson 8 Data Structure Lesson 9 Advanced Array Structure Lesson 10 The Repeated Application Lesson 11 Problem AnalysisRead More →

Game Design Studio Level 1 Learn what it takes to build your own video game worlds. Design and build your own games from start to finish by connecting Lego-like code blocks. Build 2D game worlds, design animated heroes and villains, program game controls and motion, add music, and program game logic. At the end of the session, show off your own original games and play them with friends and family. Topics Covered:  Game design , Action, Actors, Looping, Background design, Custom Characters etc. Requirement: 3rd to 5th grade Able to use laptop. No prior programming experience neededRead More →

Creative Coding Studio Discover programming through art, music, and math. Collaborate with other campers as you plan and build amazing projects using visual programming. Create interactive greetings, experiment with sounds and musical notes, make your own comics, design characters and animate them, generate math art, and build level-based games. Topics Covered:  Sounds and Music, Drums and Instruments, Animation, Storytelling, Leveled topdown  game design. Requirement: 3rd grade and up Able to use laptop. No prior programming experience neededRead More →

Animation Studio This course create animated cartoons just like the pros. Learn the basics of animation as you draw your own characters and bring them to life with code. You will use visual programming to control the speed and type of animation as you add animals, dragons, monsters, and avatars into your coding projects. Create a portfolio of fun projects including original animated games, cartoon strips, music videos, and interactive worlds to share with friends. Topics Covered:  frame based animation, motion, messaging, storytelling Requirement: 3rd grade and up Able to use laptop. No prior programming experience neededRead More →