Empowering Youth to Teach programming and technology for their communities

Empowering Youth to Teach programming and technology for their communities

Empowering Youth to Teach programming and technology for their communitiesEmpowering Youth to Teach programming and technology for their communities

Upcoming Classes

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Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 10:00am Introduction to Scratch Programming - Free class

Join Kids Teach Tech at the Oakland Public Library Rockridge Branch


Students ages 6 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students can make a character move in specific ways with colorful visuals.

Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 11:00am Advanced Scratch Programming - Free Class

Join Kids Teach Tech at the Oakland Public Library - Rockridge Branch


Students ages 8 and up learn advanced 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.

Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 1:00pm Kids Teach Tech Robotics with Sphero Bolt - Free Class

Join Kids Teach Tech at the Oakland Public Library - Rockridge Branch


Students ages 8 and up learn the basics of programming logic and problem solving by using a drag and drop block interface to code a Sphero Bolt to change colors, display images, and navigate a Space maze and obstacle course. See a video of Kids Teach Tech teaching this exciting class below. Coding comes to life with Sphero Bolt!

Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 2:30pm Intro to Python Programming - Free Class

Students ages 9 and up learn introductory programming concepts using Python, This is a fun first level class where students learn simple commands and logic, while using Python to create a custom story.

Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 3:30pm Basics of Python Programming - Free Class

Students ages 10 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. To see what students say about this class, see http://kidsteachtech.com/testimonials .

Sphero Bolt Class Video

Class Descriptions

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Build a Calculator - Programming Basics with Python (Python II)

(1.5 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. To see what students say about this class, see http://kidsteachtech.com/testimonials .

Visual Programming with Sphero Bolt Robotics

(1.5 hour) – Students ages 8 and up learn the basics of programming logic and problem solving by using a drag and drop block interface to code a Sphero Bolt to change colors, display images, and navigate a Space maze and obstacle course. See a video of Kids Teach Tech teaching this exciting class below. Coding comes to life with Sphero Bolt!

Introduction to Scratch Programming (Scratch I)

(1 hour) – Students ages 6 and up learn essential programming concepts with Scratch, a platform developed at MIT. Using drag and drop in a simple block-like interface, students can make a character move in specific ways with colorful visuals. This is Kids Teach Tech's most popular class!

Code a Story - Introduction to Python (Python I)

(1 hour) – Students ages 9 and up learn introductory programming concepts using Python, This is a fun first level class where students learn simple commands and logic, while using Python to create a custom story.

Advanced Scratch Programming - Create a Game (Scratch II)

Students ages 8 and up learn advanced 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.

Build Your Own Take Home Website with HTML

(1 hour) - Students ages 9 and up learn the basics of HTML for website design and CSS for graphics in order to create their own website. See http://kidsteachtech.com/cities to see pictures of Kids Teach Tech teaching this class at Oakland City Hall.

Schedule

Would you like Kids Teach Tech to  teach one of these classes at your school, company, or group? Send us an e-mail at info@kidsteachtech.com