School Holiday Coding Camps
Do your kids enjoy playing computer games? Do you want them to be part of the digital revolution? Coding Kids runs holiday coding camps, so that your children can have fun learning how to program, create digital art, or make animations, among other things….
Gold Coast Code Camp Models a Minion
Can you make a 3D minion? You would be surprised by how easy it is! During our four-day school holiday code camp on the Gold Coast, one of the activities that we did was modelling a printable 3D minion. We made it using Microsoft 3D Builder — a program that comes with Windows 10. Really, anyone can model a minion — read all about it here!
My ideal computer room layout
I have seen a lot of different types of computer room layouts in my time. Some have been more functional than others. If you are designing your computer room from scratch, here are my tips on how to make it an optimal learning environment for your students.
5 principles of learning to code
Learning to code involves learning an approach to problem solving where we break down complex problems into a series of smaller, achievable problems to solve and use trial and error to identify a suitable solution to each problem. Our problem solving approach requires resilience and a delicate balance of being methodical and creative.
Bring coding into the classroom using Scratch (Part 2 of 4)
This is Part 2 in a 4 part series: Designing course levels.
Thank you to our Coding Kids’ families for making it an epic year.
Thank you to our Coding Kids’ families, for your support and involvement. Coding Kids has had an epic year and it was our first year.