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Scratch Coding Camp: Explore Block Coding

In this 1 week Camp Students will explore block coding using Scratch
Choreography by Rae
528 total reviews for this teacher
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$24 per class
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55 minutes per class
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Class Experience

Develop an understanding of the functions of Scratch and the purpose of block coding.
Mr. James is a pianist, guitarist, and composer based in the Bay Area. He received his M.M. from Eastman School of Music and his B.M. from Manhattan School of Music. His diverse teaching background includes, heading the Music Technology department at the Eastman Community Music School, teaching for the MSM outreach program, teaching Scratch, teaching Python, teaching HTML, teaching CSS, and teaching JavaScript. He has been teaching computer programming for over 5 years to students ages 7-17.
All students will need a Scratch.org account. Class should be taken on a computer or laptop. No smartphones or tablets.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
4 hours 35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents will need to create a free account on Scratch.org to participate in class. Students must access their Scratch.org account using a laptop or a computer in class (no smartphones, chromebooks, or tablets). Students will use their own Scratch account to code while following instructions from the teacher. Students may continue to use their Scratch account outside of class. Students may be asked to screenshare in class so the teacher can evaluate progress.

Students must have a clear understanding of computer basics. Skills required are:
- drag and drop
- copy and paste 
- double click
- open a web page
- navigating between tabs
All students will need a Scratch.org account

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Choreography by Rae
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Creative Learning for Curious Minds
528 total reviews
636 completed classes

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