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Coding & Tech

Math in Motion Camp: Javascript Apps With Algebra Gems

Completed by 2 learners
In this 8-class coding camp, learners create 4 JavaScript apps: Kaleidoscope, Meditation, Snowflakes, and Catch Me. They explore JavaScript while engaging 2 key algebra skills, recognizing patterns and representing them in symbols. #builder
Terry D [Code & Art, JavaScript, M.Ed]
Average rating: 5.0Number of reviews: (26)
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$18 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 2 weeks
55 minutes per class
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In mathematics, students analyze and discuss patterns of change in position, color, size, transparency, rotation, and acceleration (gravity). Using the model of a flip book, learners represent these changes as a series of still images and then describe what is different in each image. Learners represent these changes using informal language. Then they explore variables and equations that represent these changes formally.

In JavaScript, learners will:
- create shapes and colors
- create and change variables
- use variables to change the position, color, size, transparency, rotation, and acceleration of shapes
- learn to measure the distance between shapes
- add music to projects
15 years of experience teaching JavaScript, Python, Scratch, web development, robotics, and artbotics to students from 8 - 15 years old in private, public, and after-school settings. Two masters degrees in education – from Harvard Graduate School of Education with a focus on technology and from Lesley University in mathematics education. And, most of all, great love, patience, and respect for the many different ways that students learn and the different gifts they each bring to the classroom!
No homework.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
No assessment.
3 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will create a login and join a coding group at Open Processing, where their class will write code and see the animations. 
Student logins at Open Processing include many safety features. For example, no personal information is collected, student profiles and projects are visible only to the teacher and classmates, and students are not allowed to comment or annotate projects outside their class. For a full description of these protections, see "Restricted Student Accounts" at https://intercom.help/openprocessing/en/articles/5228489-student-account-types. This free code editor, funded by the Processing Foundation, works on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebook computers but isn't appropriate for iPads or phones. 

Meet the teacher

Terry D [Code & Art, JavaScript, M.Ed]
Average rating: 5.0Number of reviews: (26)
Hello! My name is Terry, and I'm glad to meet you! In my classes, learners create art, games, and stories by writing computer code. They learn by tinkering – by exploring and changing starter code to see what happens, always working in small steps... 
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