Coding Camp is a hands-on experience where students will learn how to code using Scratch. Students will be provided laptops to use and will work individually and in small groups to complete challenges that build together to complete a coded story or game. The atmosphere of camp will be one of collaboration where students will collaborate on projects and provide each other with feedback and suggestions for improving their creations. This camp is designed to promote and motivate students to explore computational thinking and problem-solving strategies through coding challenges. The week will conclude with a symposium where students will share their projects and experiences. After lunch each day, the campers will participate in a variety of activities not related to computers.
Recommended: access to an email or a pre-made Scratch account to log in to.
|About the Director|
|Liz Murray is a high school math and robotics teacher at Worcester Academy. She also coaches the FIRST Robotics team at WA.|
|August 1st - 5th, 2022|
|Boys and Girls Age 8 - 15
Limit: 24 Campers per session
Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
(Not Offering Extended Day in 2022)
|$395 for Full-Day - One Week|
Rader Hall is located on Worcester Academy’s main campus. Rader Hall provides access to classrooms with wireless internet, Smartboards and LCD projectors. Rader also houses the school’s library, which provides access to many different technologies and a new green screen room.
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