Codecraft Lab Course at the Iron Yard Orlando Campus

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New Orlando Location – Open Registration

Make Friends | Create What You Love | Learn to Code

Our kids have the power, even at their young ages, to grasp and learn computer programming. At Codecraft Lab, computers are at their command and programming is their magic wand!

The Iron YardOffered in a NEW Orlando location, Codecraft Lab at the Iron Yard Orlando Campus combines STE(A)M powered learning and fantastic fun, just for students.

What we provide:

  • Industry-proven course curriculum
  • A team with experience teaching and mentoring kids
  • A fun-filled, positive computing experience
  • Laptop computers for each student to use during the course
  • Access to 2016 regional UCF iSTEM and SECME, Codecraft Computer Programming Competition (CCPC).

Who: Students 8 – 14 years old
Where: Iron Yard, 101 S Garland Ave #104 / Orlando, FL 32801
When: Weekly Monday, October 17 – December 19, 6pm – 8pm
Fee: $250.00

Throughout this course, students will practice algorithmic and critical thinking, and L. Cole Rockwell Colloinswill continue expanding their knowledge of these concepts with creative coding and learning challenges based on themes of sequencing, efficiency, algorithms, abstraction, iteration, events, parallel processes, variables, randomizing, arrays.

Students also develop other important 21st-century “soft skills,” such as creative thinking, collaboration, communication, problem-solving, and persistence.

Registration is limited and enrollment is a first come, first serve through the online registration portal.

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This is a perfect “command central” for future technical superstars!

Register now for Codecraft Orlando!

It is widely accepted that computer science opens more doors for students than any other discipline in today’s world. Learning even the basics will help students in virtually any career—from architecture to zoology. Just as we teach students how to dissect a frog, or how electricity works, it’s important for every 21st-century student to have a chance to “dissect an app,” or learn how the Internet works.

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