Holiday Hackafun for 10 – 15 year olds
Inspiring the next generation of creators, innovators and change makers. Join our Holiday Hackafun for 10-15 year olds to explore: programming with Python, electronics, robotics, 3D modelling and printing, web development, entrepreneurship and much more. Online classes available: after-school, Saturdays and during school holidays. …
Holiday Hackafun for 7-10 year olds
Inspiring the next generation of creators, innovators and change makers. Join our Holiday Hackafun for 7-10 year olds to experience: visual programming, electronics, robotics, 3D printing, entrepreneurship and much more. Online classes available: after-school, Saturdays and during school holidays. Codebuilders Build your first computer game…
Build your first mobile app with drag and drop coding blocks
Build something awesome. Build your first mobile app. Anyone can do it. All you need to know is how to use drag and drop coding blocks. We’ll show you how in this quick tutorial. You can choose to build either an iOS or Android app….
Beginners vs intermediate Scratch courses
There are both beginners and intermediate Scratch courses available and parents often ask us, “Which course should I enrol my child? What’s the go with the beginners vs intermediate Scratch courses?” Let’s go through the concepts that are covered in the beginners and the intermediate…
How to download Python
Thank you for joining our Python class. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and we’ll be able to build all sorts of software projects, such as building our own computer games, animations and interactive artwork! Before your first class, you will need to…
Questions to ask your child about their coding project
Parents often ask us this question to better engage with their child about their coding classes. Here are our recommendations for you as to what questions to ask your child in conversations about the coding project that their child has built. We have a number…
Coding is just like baking a cake
Coding is just like baking a cake. We look at the six fundamental concepts of coding — sequencing, looping, branching, arithmetic, data storage, and data in/data out — in the context of baking a cake.
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Glossary for New Scratchers
Compared to a lot of other programming languages, Scratch has quite a gentle learning curve. Still, getting started can be a little bit of a doozy if you’ve had zero prior experience with the kind of terminology used in programming. To help you out a bit, we’ve compiled a glossary of terms for new Scratchers!
This year’s Robotronica at the Queensland University of Technology revealed some of the latest developments and trends within the field of robotics. Elnaz gives her account of the event, where she bore witness to a variety of demonstrations, workshops, games, and discussions that were informative, inspiring, and surprising in many ways!