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Katie Coderdojo - Scratch Girl Info
Scratch is recommended for girls ages 8-10. You will work with friendly mentors in a room dedicated to teaching you programming in Scratch. Scratch is a programming language that shows you how to program interactive media such as stories, games, and animation. Learn it here, and continue your journey at home! Parents are required to stay on campus for girls under age 13. A hospitably room is available to read or work
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Katie Coderdojo - Mentor Info
Thank you for your interest in Katie Coderdojo! This event could not take place without the commitment of our volunteers. We hope you will find this an exciting and rewarding experience. Mentors are not required to have experience in these programs to volunteer, although familiarity with some basic computing programming is a plus!. Online tutorials will be made available and should be completed to bring you up to speed on Scratch and AppInventor. New mentors will be required to undergo a background check before the event.
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Katie Coderdojo - AppInventor Girl Info
Recommended for girls ages 11-16. AppInventor is a programming language that starts you on the path to creating apps for Android devices. Our friendly mentors will help you learn the basics of this open-source, web based language so you can create your own mobile apps!
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At the Katie Coderdojo, girls ages 8-10 will learn games in Scratch. AppInventor, for girls ages 11-16, will show you how to create mobile apps. Both experiences will be guided by friendly, knowledgeable mentors, and provide a free way for girls to have fun and learn programming!

   Thank you to our generous sponsor     CenturyLink!

When & Where

St Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
Coeur de Catherine Rm 19
Saint Paul, MN 55105

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CDT)

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National Center for STEM Elementary Education and the Master of Library and Information Science programs of St Catherine University

The National Center for STEM Elementary Education aims to create STEM fluency in educators, leading to the transformation of children's learning. The Master of Library and Information Science program is dedicated to preparing active leaders for our rapidly changing information society, serving diverse populations and ensuring access to information for all.

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