Last modified: January 27, 2023
Kids Who Code
Come learn how to code! All are welcome, from total beginners to advanced coders. We’ll be focused on learning computer programming basics and concepts like variables, conditionals, loops, data structures and more with fun, interactive activities on code.org and scratch.mit.edu. BYU student volunteers through the YServe Kids Who Code club will be the mentors for the class.
Coding develops and fosters creativity
Coding is like learning a new language
Coding helps children with math
Coding encourages collaboration
Coding helps children become confident problem solvers
- Who: 3rd-6th Grades
- When: Wednesday
- Time: 3:40-4:40
- Where: Glass Computer Lab
- Class Starts: February 8
- Instructor: Lily Stice
“Learning to code, regardless of the path a child chooses to take, is crucial today. Research shows us that this knowledge will be important in any career. As both a female leader in technology and a mother of a 10-year old boy, I am acutely aware of its critical importance in both my professional and personal life. Coding is a necessary literacy in this technological age.
Computer coding is a part of everything and is everywhere in the world around us.” -Beta Antunes, March 1, 2019