Teens College Code Academy

Teens College Code Academy (All Teen Grades)

Ivan Martinez, AAS, CIS

Do you have an interest in web design and computer science? This class will cover the basics of programming fundamentals, mobile development, robotics, web development and design. We will cover programs such as Java and Python with gaming and app development projects. Open for all skill levels.

CLX-480                SA/ 11 sessions (22 hours)/ $340 / Sat., 9:30-11: 30am, Sept. 21-Dec. 7 (skip 11/30)

Required Book: See website below / $23 for e-book or $35 for print & e-book https://www.packtpub.com/application-development/python-projects-kids


Coding Workshop: Advanced

Jessica lngrassellino, Ed.D.

CLX-482 SP: Sat. noon-3pm

Register for Individual Workshops @ $60 Each

Pre-requisite: Student must have coding experience or be currently enrolled in CLX480

Note: Students should bring a flash drive to save code files.

Workshop 1: Introduction to Python

SP-1: Oct. 5

Introduction to text-based coding using Python. Students will build a text based calendar and a text based guessing-game. They will learn about variables, data types, conditional statements, and loops.

Workshop 2: Make a Video Game with Python

SP-2: Oct. 19

Learn about the SimpleGUI game library, a web-based platform where they can write games using Python. They will learn how to make the game "Pong", and will learn principles of game creation and construction that they can use with SimpleGUI, as well as other Python game libraries.

Workshop 3: Python for Data and Security

SP-3: Nov. 2

Learn about python concepts like list, dictionary, and string manipulation, web-based security, and how to find web-based security issues in software. This will include using Chrome debugging tools and client side JavaScript in a safe web environment to practice principles of coding as applied to web security. Students should be familiar with Python, and familiar with how to use a web browser and google to do research. They will need an email address to sign up for an account on the security practice website.

Workshop 4: Python for Robotics

SP-4: Nov. 16

Learn to apply python concepts to program and control smart objects, including lights, switches, audio, and robotics. They will have access to many materials for experimentation, and will be provided with a materials list and instructions for how to build future projects.

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