The micro: bit, a pocket-sized computer, empowers students to learn programming, and computational concepts through fun, and creative computing models. Students will be able to code instructions, control their micro: bits, customize programs, form unique creations, apply design thinking, gain a deeper understanding of the technology, and build leadership skills through collaborations.
Scratch | Beginner
Using code blocks, Scratch is a graphical programming environment from MIT, where students will unleash their creative minds by creating a simple game. They will navigate controls, sprites, block palette, and the code area for scripting. Students will be able to customize their animations, remix projects, and see inside codes for interactive stories. By building a project, students are automatically a part of a global community of engaged learners.
Blender | Competitive
Take a spin on a rewarding path of digital art creation using 3D graphics, interactive 3D applications, and computer science concepts. This beginner’s program will enable students to walk away from this with a confident understanding of the basics. Students will have access to the open source software, also used among many successful companies, to create further 3D models on their own.
Roblox | Competitive
Learn to create 3D models and adventures in their own ROBLOX® world using the latest coding language, Lua. Students will understand character building while creating exceptional animations. They will discover how to code, shape an online universe, and navigate Roblox’s rapid-growing gaming marketplace. Students will work with their team working on their soft skills whilst applying technical computer science terms.
Python | Competitive
Join over a million other students and begin learning Python for computer science today! Google, Facebook, Instagram and Netflix are a few of many successful software companies that use Python. Students will write simple yet fun game projects and learn the basics of writing code whilst automating the boring stuff using variables, values and statement conditions. The program will target intuitive exercises for a rudimentary understanding of the latest Python update supporting its newer features.