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STEM CL1: Electrical Circuits Level 1 - Learn with Snap Circuits!
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Creating with code can be a great way to celebrate the new year! In this class, we will learn how to use code to create a prediction generator with scrolling text. We will use Scratch coding to create our interactive program during this class. We will learn to build scripts using loops, motion instructions, and timing. This class is best for learners that are beginner and intermediate coders. Learners do not need experience in Scratch to participate in this class. We will close the lesson by...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn the basics of Scratch coding, which is a block-based coding language. They will learn how to build a script or a sequence of instructions. At the end of the class, each learner will create a prediction generator using motion instructions and loops.
I have a little over five years of experience teaching coding to upper elementary students. I have taught online classes and in-person classes. I have such a passion for coding instruction.
Learners will need their own Scratch account. Please visit https://scratch.mit.edu/join to create an account for your child before the class. Please create a username that does not share personal information, such as full name and birthday.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners in the course will use Scratch coding. The scratch website can be found at https://scratch.mit.edu/.
The Coding Chambers - Coding Classes for K-5
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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2 completed classes
Hello! My name is Stephanie Chambers, and I am an elementary educator with sixteen years of classroom experience. I currently teach Computer Science to gifted and talented students in third, fourth, and fifth grades. I am very passionate about...