Carl Sandburg Elementary

We recently taught three great lessons at Carl Sandburg elementary! Our lesson was based in www.code.org and featured many amazing projects. As part of our initiative, we attend elementary and middle school classrooms to expose kids to the vast spectrum of possibilities with Computer Science. If you're interested in this, you can email us at programs@codecharms.org to learn more. 

Thoreau Elementary

We just finished a great lesson at Thoreau elementary! 

Ben Franklin Elementary

We recently visited Ben Franklin Elementary! We taught our Scratch curriculum there. 

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October Online Sessions (Weekend)

October 13

This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

October 20

This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

October 27

This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

October 14

This session will be for intermediate learners and coding will be done in Python. The main focus will be on algorithms and real world applications. The final product will be a self-written algorithm that seeks to solve a simplified version of a real world problem. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

October 21

This session will be for intermediate learners and coding will be done in Python. The main focus will be on algorithms and real world applications. The final product will be a self-written algorithm that seeks to solve a simplified version of a real world problem. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

October 28

This session will be for intermediate learners and coding will be done in Python. The main focus will be on algorithms and real world applications. The final product will be a self-written algorithm that seeks to solve a simplified version of a real world problem. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

Summer Camp: August 13-17

General Information

Each session starts at 9 AM and ends at 12 PM. The maximum capacity for online sessions is 10 students. The in person classes will be taught by myself and two other teachers who will act as helpers and supervisors. The maximum capacity for these classes is 7 students. Snacks and water will be provided for those who attend the in person session. Please sign up for one session. The same material is offered each day, but the location differs. Our goal is that people will be able to sign up for the day that suits them best in terms of accessibility and location. If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to leave us a comment down below or email us at programs@codecharms.org

August 13

Online session hosted through Google Hangouts. This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

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August 14

Online session hosted through Google Hangouts. This session will be for intermediate learners and coding will be done in Python. The main focus will be on algorithms and real world applications. The final product will be a self-written algorithm that seeks to solve a simplified version of a real world problem. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

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August 15

Online session hosted through Google Hangouts. This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

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August 16

In-person session at a computer lab in Redmond (17223 Avondale Way, Redmond, WA 98052). This session will be for beginners and coding will be done in Scratch. The main focus will be on illustrating the four coding fundamentals through visual and live examples. The final product will be a game in Scratch that students can then share with others. More details will be provided once you sign up.

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August 17

Online session hosted through Google Hangouts. This session will be for intermediate learners and coding will be done in Python. The main focus will be on algorithms and real world applications. The final product will be a self-written algorithm that seeks to solve a simplified version of a real world problem. More details will be provided once you sign up. 

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