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Mon, Jun 10


Coding Bootcamp

Virtual Coding Bootcamp (Grades 9-12)

Dive into the world of programming with our Coding Bootcamp. From basics to advanced topics, students will create their own apps, games, and websites, using languages like Python and JavaScript.

Virtual Coding Bootcamp (Grades 9-12)
Virtual Coding Bootcamp (Grades 9-12)

Time & Location

Jun 10, 2024, 11:00 AM CDT – Jun 14, 2024, 12:00 PM CDT

Coding Bootcamp

About the event

Class 1: Introduction to Coding and Computational Thinking

Objective: Introduce students to coding fundamentals and the concept of computational thinking. 


  • What is coding and why it matters: Understanding its role in technology.
  • Computational thinking: Breaking down problems into manageable parts.
  • Introduction to a text-based programming language (e.g., Python) with simple syntax.
  • Hands-on activity: Write a basic program (like "Hello, World!") and understand the structure of a simple code.
Class 2: Control Structures: Loops and Conditional Statements

Objective: Learn how to control the flow of programs with loops and conditional statements. 


  • Conditional statements (if, else if, else) to make decisions in code.
  • Loops (for, while) for repeating actions.
  • Mini-project: Create a simple text-based game or quiz that uses conditional statements and loops.
Class 3: Functions and Variables

Objective: Understand how to use functions and variables to write cleaner and more reusable code. 


  • Defining and using variables to store data.
  • Creating and calling functions to perform tasks.
  • Introduction to the concept of scope and parameters.
  • Activity: Design a program that performs calculations or transforms text based on user input.
Class 4: Introduction to Data Structures

Objective: Explore basic data structures and how they can be used to organize and manage data efficiently. 


  • Lists/arrays: Storing and accessing a collection of data.
  • Introduction to dictionaries (or maps) for key-value pairing.
  • Hands-on project: Create a simple contact book or inventory system that utilizes lists and dictionaries.
Class 5: Creative Project and Introduction to Web Development

Objective: Apply learned coding skills to a creative project and get an introduction to web development. 


  • Review and integration of previous concepts in a student-chosen project. Ideas could include a more complex game, a personalized utility tool, or a data analysis project.
  • Basics of HTML and CSS: Structure and style a simple webpage.
  • Embedding Python (or another language) logic into web projects with a brief introduction to JavaScript for interactivity.
  • Showcase: Students present their projects, highlighting their code and the concepts used.


  • Coding Bootcamp

    +$1.25 service fee



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