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2021 PROGRAM

Early Learners

Age 6-9

Fall: Scratch
Winter: Python 1
Spring: Python 2
Summer: HTML /CSS 

$250 / Session 

Web Development

Age 10-12

Fall: Java Script 1 
Winter: Java Script 2
Spring: PHP
Summer: Web Development 

$250 / Session 

Android App

12+

Fall: Java 1
Winter: Java 2
Spring: Android App 1
Summer: Android App 2

$300 / Session 

We provide a one year program to children from age 6. This is not a cookie cutter program where students learn how to use an app or a software. In our program, students learn programming principles and apply their learning to solving real-world problems.  They work through exercises and end of session projects that are completed individually and as a group. 

The one-year program divided into 4 sessions. The sessions are also divided by age group into 6-9, 10-12, and 12+. Through the program, students would have worked through numerous in-class-exercises and assignments and at least 4 different real world project.


The children will learn one major programming language in each the three sessions of the year starting from beginning to intermediate levels. In the summer, they will learn different language or a skill for the two months.


 

One Year Overview (60 Classes)

Fall

September to November

14 Classes

Winter

January to
March

April to
June

July &
August

Spring

Summer

14 Classes

14 Classes

18 Classes

Students who wants to continue learning how to code will complete this cycle for as many years as they want learning different programming languages and different summer coding skills in the summer. By the time a child completes three to four rounds of training, they will be entered into coding competitions where they will be exposed to opportunities to compete with others in the field and win awesome prices that may include scholarships.

Class Times and Durations

Fall Session
Starts September

Winter Session
Starts January

Spring Session 
Starts April

Summer
Starts July

Description
Classes in the fall, winter, and spring are once a week because the school are in session.
 
Class Times
  • Students from ages 6-9, classes are on Mondays 5-6pm (MST)

  • Students from ages 10-12, classes are on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm (MST)

  • Students age 12 and above, classes are on Thursdays from 5-6 pm (MST)

A Summary of Course Content



Week 1: Introductions and Setup

Children are introduced to their course outline, they set up their computer to run applications for coding and create their first lines of code.

Weeks 2-11 - Intensive Codding classes

Each week comes with learning different concepts, the teacher introduces the concept, demonstrates how the concept is used and provides children with opportunities to try out the concept by applying it to a real-world example. Children have homework every other week, they also have help sessions as required.


Week 12: Demo your Project

Children are introduced to a set of projects by week 7. The project can be done in groups of 2 or individually. They will work on the projects until the end of the curse and display a demonstration of their projects on the last day of classes. Parents are invited to see the demo.

Summer Classes

Description
Summer Classes are twice a week as the students are on holidays..
Class Times
  • Students from ages 6-9, classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays 5-6pm (MST)

  • Students from ages 10-12, classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-6 pm (MST)

  • Students age 12 and above, classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 pm (MST)

Class Times
  • Students from ages 6-9, classes are on Mondays 5-6pm (MST)

  • Students from ages 10-12, classes are on Tuesdays from 5-6 pm (MST)

  • Students age 12 and above, classes are on Thursdays from 5-6 pm (MST)

A Summary of Course schedule



First Class: Introductions and Setup

Children are introduced to their course outline, they set up their computer to run applications for coding and create their first lines of code.

Classes 2-17 - Intensive Codding classes

Each week comes with learning different concepts, the teacher introduces the concept, demonstrates how the concept is used and provides children with opportunities to try out the concept by applying it to real-world examples. Children have homework every other week, they also have help sessions as required.

Classes 18-19: Project Discussion and Completion

Students are introduced to a set of projects by week 17. The project can be done in groups of 2 or individually. These two classes are to be used as in class project time or help session class where they continue working on their projects or discuss their difficulties in class with the teacher who will provide them with the guidance needed.

Class 20: Project Demo

The last class of the summer session is the project demonstration day where each student or group will present their project. Parents and siblings are welcome to join them at this time to see what the students have accomplished over their course of the 20 hours of classes.

Programming languages we offer include:

1. Python
2. C++
3. Java
4. Java Script
5. Perl
6. HTML & CSS
8. Scratch
7. More...

Other Programing Language / Skills

1. Graphic Design
2. Animation
3. Become a YouTuber
4. App Creation 
5. Comics and Stories
6. Minecraft
7. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
8. Blogging/Writing
9. More...



 

What Students Need 

Responsive Website

Computer

(desktop or laptop)

White Headphones

Headphones

Network Hub and Cable

Internet Connection

Neat Computer Desk

Good Seating Area

Black Notebook

Writing Material

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