Customized learning for the young and young at heart!

All ages can learn to code!   Join a youth, parent, or family course at WestView Learning and discover how accessible the world of programming has become through block programming programs!

Family Learn to Code Classes – May – August, 2018

Small group workshops introduce a ‘pair’ of family members to coding.  Whether it is parent/child or older and younger sibling, learning the basics of a coding language together provides opportunities to  problem solve, be creative, and have a few laughs! These workshops are designed for 6-8 participants. 

Learn to Code – Introduction to  Scratch  (ages 7+)

Scratch is a programming language and an online community where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically. Scratch is designed and maintained by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. Scratch Offline editor can be downloaded onto your computer as an alternative to working in the online format.  Either format is free.

Dates: TBA

Learn to Code – Introduction to  HTML5  (ages 10+)

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language and it has been the language of the web!  HTML5 is the current version of the language.  It is a text based rather than a block language which means students will be typing in text rather than dragging and tweaking ‘blocks’.

Participants in this class will learn to create a basic website with text, graphics and hyperlinks!

Dates: TBA

Learn to Code – Introduction to  Python (ages 10+)

Python is often taught as a first programming language because it is a concise, easy to read, and versatile programming language. Python is used  for a variety of purposes from web development to software development and scientific applications. 

Participants in this class will learn about strings, variables, Input/Output, If/Else Statements, Print, List, and Integers through several mini-projects.

Dates: TBA


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