Greensboro, NC
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Apr 1, 2021 - Jun 30, 2021
Code.org will be utilized to teach students Web Page Designing and App Development using HTML and JavaScript. Various programming principles will be taught including simplicity, clarity, and debugging. Students will learn and apply key concepts to develop a web page and/or app that address a social issue.
Provided by Roma and AAUW Greensboro

Program Dates & Times

April-June: Students will be provided with asynchronous instructional videos.

June 21-25, 2020: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily

Grade(s)

4th Grade
5th Grade
6th Grade
7th Grade
8th Grade

Cost

$30 per participant.

More About the Program

By the end of this program, participants will have created an aesthetically pleasing web page and/or app that effectively addresses a social issue (e.g. water pollution). Participants will be able to understand the basic principles of programming including: simplicity, clarity, accuracy, and debugging. In addition, participants will be able to identify new vocabulary words and concepts (e.g. HTML tags), as well as be able to insert images into HTML web pages. By the end of this program, participants will be able to develop a webpage using “CSS Styling” (various fonts, background colors, etc.). Similarly, participants will be able to understand properties and variables through the JavaScript module. Participants will be proficient in programming in HTML and JavaScript, preparing them for other projects for educational purposes and/or the professional world.


For more information, contact Roma.

Schedule

April 1st-June 25th, 2020: Introductory asynchronous videos will be sent out to registered participants covering the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript programming.

Day 1 (June 21, 2020): A variety of programming principles will be introduced, including simplicity, clarity, and “debugging.”

Day 2 (June 22th, 2020): Introduction to new concepts and vocabulary related to HTML - Hypertext Markup Language.

Day 3 (June 23th, 2020): Introduction to JavaScript operators and variables.

Day 4 (June 24th, 2020): Begin creating project storyboards, researching and explaining the social issue, and preparing the presentation.

Day 5 (June 25th, 2020): Fun games and celebration as each of the student teams present.

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