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Python Programming | Beginner | 08 Week | The Toy Store
In this 8-week class, we will learn the basics of Python, set up a virtual store game, visualize data, and explore a project with many moving parts.
Sidney - KidsSpeakCode
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Welcome to The Toy Store - A Python Programming Project Flex Class! In this 8-module class, we will explore Python programming, build a store simulation where we can buy, exchange and sell toys, set up a complex data set, visualize our data with charts and graphs, and finally build it all together into a a trading game with many elements. We are going to start from the beginning, so this course works for both beginner and intermediate programmers (who will get a refresher and some new tips...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn the basic of Python data structures and use them in a project with complex data that they design
I love teaching programming using fun and interesting examples because it helps students go farther than learning hard to contextualize concepts. Understanding what we are doing and why means that students will be able to apply algebraic concepts (like x+y) having understood examples like (red bike + blue bike) in a way that has context and meaning.
There is about an hour of homework per week, although students are able to do more work if they are interested on building out various aspects of the game. Code will be provided on a weekly basis that goes through the topics we were discussing, students should come up with their own examples expanding the code or using the same techniques to build new information, students will share their homework in the classroom or the teacher section for feedback
Code, slides, and videos will be provided for every module
Written or video feedback will be provided for all submissions
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
In this course we will be using the following tools and resources: replit.com, a collaborative and free coding platform, Youtube for weekly module videos, Loom for class feedback videos, Sync for sharing slides and code.
Sidney - KidsSpeakCode
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