Beginner Computer Science

Date of Publication
December 1, 2021
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This Beginner Computer Science course will equip participants in 3rd-10th grade with a basic understanding of operating a computer, basic programming skills, and navigating websites.

Through 16-1 hour interactive lessons, students will get to hear from coding professionals and create their own computer games through code. org. Course ObjectivesOnce you finish this course, you will be able to:discuss computer science;utilize basic programming skills;troubleshoot and problem-solve code; andexercise personal development skills.

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