KIDS TEACH TECH

EMPOWERING YOUTH TO TEACH PROGRAMMING AND TECHNOLOGY FOR THEIR COMMUNITIES

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Kids Teach Tech empowers youth to seize the technology opportunities of their future. We enable students to become teachers who create and teach classes for their community. We teach free classes to youth in libraries, schools, non-profit groups, and live-online across California, the United States, and now Internationally.


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Upcoming Classes

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Java Essentials - 5 Saturday Java Programming Camp

Public Zoom / Tuesday, November 13th - Tuesday, December 11th @ 10:00 - 3:00pm PST

(16 hours) - This camp offers students the opportunity to learn many fundamental programming concepts and the java syntax behind them. Even more importantly, the sessions of this camp will enable students to improve as problem solvers, which can help them in any coding language. The curriculum in this course is very similar to that of AP Computer Science but this camp will be less difficult and more fun, Kids Teach Tech style. The camp will be 10 - 3pm PST for 4 Saturdays with a break for lunch 12-1pm PST, and a break week 11/27/2021 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Snake and Berries Game - Intermediate Scratch Programming

Private Zoom / Tuesday, November 2nd @ 5:00pm PST

(2 hours) - Students ages 8 and up learn intermediate Scratch programming, a platform developed at MIT, to create a moving sprite and turn it into a game where the user controls a snake which travels around and eats berries. Our Introduction to Scratch Programming Class or equivalent is recommended as a prerequisite to this class.

Kids Teach Tech is offering this Coding Class Series for Middle and High School Students of Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, but we will try our best to add students from the waiting list.

To join the waiting list, please contact us at [email protected] with your contact information, the names and ages of your students, and any other information you want to share with us.

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Cat vs. Wand Game - Intermediate Scratch Programming

Private Zoom / Tuesday, November 9th @ 5:00pm PST

(2 hours) - Students ages 9 and up learn Intermediate Scratch programming, a platform developed at MIT, to create a two player Cat vs. Wand game. Our Introduction to Scratch Programming Class or equivalent is recommended as a prerequisite to this class.

Kids Teach Tech is offering this Coding Class Series for Middle and High School Students of Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, but we will try our best to add students from the waiting list.

To join the waiting list, please contact us at [email protected] with your contact information, the names and ages of your students, and any other information you want to share with us.

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Space Destroyer - Advanced Scratch Programming

Private Zoom / Tuesday, November 16th @ 5:00pm PST

(2 hours) - Students 10 and up learn principles that they can use in other programming projects. Students develop a Space Destroyer Game for a final project using advanced Scratch Programming. Our Intermediate Scratch Programming Class or equivalent is recommended as a prerequisite to this class.

Kids Teach Tech is offering this Coding Class Series for Middle and High School Students of Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, but we will try our best to add students from the waiting list.

To join the waiting list, please contact us at [email protected] with your contact information, the names and ages of your students, and any other information you want to share with us.

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Build a Calculator - Programming Basics with Python

Private Zoom / Tuesday, November 30th @ 5:00pm PST

(2 hour) - Students ages 11 and up learn the basics of coding in Python, and then build a working calculator. This is our second level Python class, and includes additional learning on logic and loops.

Kids Teach Tech is offering this Coding Class Series for Middle and High School Students of Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, but we will try our best to add students from the waiting list.

To join the waiting list, please contact us at [email protected] with your contact information, the names and ages of your students, and any other information you want to share with us.

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Testimonials

Janet Hayes

"I'd like to thank you and all of the KTT team members for your wonderful work! My son, Logan Bowie, is learning so much this week in camp, and I'm enjoying eavesdropping on the classes. I'm very impressed with the well-organized lessons, and with the skills of the young teachers. ... Aahan deserves a lot of praise for his patience, positivity, and ability to multi-task with his break-out group. He is not only a skilled coder, but also a natural teacher and -- most important -- a kind and generous young man. I am so grateful that my son is spending this week with such a wonderful role model."

Ramtin Bani Noe

"Thanks a lot for helping Ariana to learn Python. She had an awesome time and enjoyed taking part in the course. I was blown away by the quality of the teaching and the nice presentation at the end." 

Sabrina Charles

"Blake absolutely loved the class. It was his first exposure to a coding class. The material was relatable and the instructors were so patient and helpful. He wants to continue and take additional classes. "

Cindy Vaes

"My son took your Introduction to Python class yesterday and LOVED it. He loves coding in general (Scratch and some Java Script) so to be introduced to a new coding language was amazing. On top of this, the way the class was set up and the energy of his coach in the breakout room was second to none! As a result, we would love to be informed of any new classes or summer camps that you are offering! He is also interested in finding out more about becoming a teacher for your non-profit! He is very comfortable with Scratch, but hopes to get more proficient in Python, Java (Script) and other coding languages."

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