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Digital Media Classes

WE Code: Coding for All:

WE Code is focused on bringing underrepresented groups into the world of technology. This class teaches a wide breadth of coding concepts in an environment geared towards students across the spectrums of gender, race, and ability. In addition to building an inclusive environment, we will highlight work by technologists of color, transgender tech creative, female developers, and others who are at the forefront of the creative technology world. No class November 12th or December 24th
Coding in Minecraft:

Don't just play Minecraft, MAKE IT. Coding in Minecraft uses the most popular game in the world to teach students not only how to code in Java, but how to think for themselves, learn to see things through from beginning to end, discover the ins and outs of professional game design--all while having fun with their friends. No Class December 25th or January 1st.
Starting From Scratch:

This intro to coding course for elementary students will teach the basics of computer science using Scratch. Each student will be given their own secure Scratch account, to which they can log in at home and show you what they're working on. No class December 26th.
Other Worlds: Coding in 3-D:

Students will learn basics of coding, 3-D modeling and computer environments. Starting with Minecraft, they will move on to Unity and Unreal, which are industry standard software for building 3D environments. Concepts such as sketching, prototyping, level design, mathematics, and environmental storytelling are also utilized. No class Nov. 22nd and December 27th.

- for 3nd to 5th grade students, and more advanced students. Prerequisite: Minecraft.
WE Code: Coding for All:

WE Code is focused on bringing underrepresented groups into the world of technology. This class teaches a wide breadth of coding concepts in an environment geared towards students across the spectrums of gender, race, and ability. In addition to building an inclusive environment, we will highlight work by technologists of color, transgender tech creative, female developers, and others who are at the forefront of the creative technology world. No class November 12th or December 24th
Coding in Minecraft:

Don't just play Minecraft, MAKE IT. Coding in Minecraft uses the most popular game in the world to teach students not only how to code in Java, but how to think for themselves, learn to see things through from beginning to end, discover the ins and outs of professional game design--all while having fun with their friends. No Class December 25th or January 1st.
Starting From Scratch:

This intro to coding course for elementary students will teach the basics of computer science using Scratch. Each student will be given their own secure Scratch account, to which they can log in at home and show you what they're working on. No class December 26th.
Other Worlds: Coding in 3-D:

Students will learn basics of coding, 3-D modeling and computer environments. Starting with Minecraft, they will move on to Unity and Unreal, which are industry standard software for building 3D environments. Concepts such as sketching, prototyping, level design, mathematics, and environmental storytelling are also utilized. No class Nov. 22nd and December 27th.

- for 3nd to 5th grade students, and more advanced students. Prerequisite: Minecraft.
WE Code: Coding for All:

WE Code is focused on bringing underrepresented groups into the world of technology. This class teaches a wide breadth of coding concepts in an environment geared towards students across the spectrums of gender, race, and ability. In addition to building an inclusive environment, we will highlight work by technologists of color, transgender tech creative, female developers, and others who are at the forefront of the creative technology world. No class November 12th or December 24th
Coding in Minecraft:

Don't just play Minecraft, MAKE IT. Coding in Minecraft uses the most popular game in the world to teach students not only how to code in Java, but how to think for themselves, learn to see things through from beginning to end, discover the ins and outs of professional game design--all while having fun with their friends. No Class December 25th or January 1st.
Starting From Scratch:

This intro to coding course for elementary students will teach the basics of computer science using Scratch. Each student will be given their own secure Scratch account, to which they can log in at home and show you what they're working on. No class December 26th.
Other Worlds: Coding in 3-D:

Students will learn basics of coding, 3-D modeling and computer environments. Starting with Minecraft, they will move on to Unity and Unreal, which are industry standard software for building 3D environments. Concepts such as sketching, prototyping, level design, mathematics, and environmental storytelling are also utilized. No class Nov. 22nd and December 27th.

- for 3nd to 5th grade students, and more advanced students. Prerequisite: Minecraft.
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