Foundations Level 3
Are you interested in programming? Do you love video games, or do you just want to know how to make computers do cool things? Join us for 2 hours of coding fun and learn the basics of programming and create a game from scratch!
Learn more advanced uses of functions and if/else statements
Create an advanced game using Scratch to share with family and friends
Who Should Take This Class
Age: 3rd – 5th Grade
The lead host will be Ryan Hunter, instructor and co-founder of TechWise Academy.
What should I bring to the event?
We have a limited number of laptops we can provide. If you'd like to reserve a laptop, select the Coding Connector Laptop ticket. If you choose to bring your own laptop, it must be a Mac/PC with Wifi capability and up-to-date Firefox or Chrome browsers.
Who should I contact if I have questions about the event?
Alexis Dishman at the Innovation Connector will be able to assist anyone who has questions.
765-285-4900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Coding Connector?
Nearly half of the top jobs in demand in the United States are directly related to coding and programming and with an eye on the future of our community, the Innovation Connector launched the Coding Connector on January 1, 2017 to teach children “the new language of the future.” This initiative is intended to reach school aged youth in first through twelfth grades. The courses offered are for females and males, beginners and advanced, and students from all social-economic backgrounds.
By teaming with TechWise Academy, the Coding Connector combines a state-of-the-art facility with fiber based internet access, computer resources, an active marketing and business center and the absolute best coding instructors and facilities in our community.
What is TechWise Academy?
TechWise Academy teaches children the love for coding and technology through fun, innovative and educational courses in East Central Indiana.