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Course Description

Summer 2017 • Grade 7 and above • Programming Sequence

For reference only; see current year course listing for course availability and details.

Introduction to Programming with Scratch

This course introduces the elements of basic programming using the innovative SCRATCH programming language developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab. SCRATCH allows student developers to assemble code blocks rather than typing code text, forcing them to focus on developing conceptual programming skills that can be applied to any advanced programming language. Course materials are based on "Starting from Scratch", a textbook developed in Scotland to introduce programming concepts to high school students.

Course Website: Introduction to Programming with Scratch

Sections and Teachers

Section 1:

Instructor: Christe McMenomy

Starts: June 12, 2017
Ends: August 11, 2017

Tuesday 9:30 AM to 10:50 AM ET

Tuition: $150.00



Prerequisites

None.

Recommended background

Students should be familiar with their computer, able to use a mouse to move and drag objects, and able to execute programs.

Teacher's notes:

There is no meeting 28 June 2016.

Textbooks and Materials

This item is required:

Starting From Scratch [Edition or Version: 1], Authors: Jeremy Scott

ISBN:

Publisher's website: Starting From Scratch

Best sources: Download free text PDF from the publisher's website.


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