This December 3-9 2018, join Hour of Code, a worldwide effort to introduce millions of students to coding. There are multiple ways that you and your children can participate! So carve out an extra hour with the kiddos and introduce them to computer programming in a fun way.
TinkerTech teaches early design and engineering skills through hands-on activities to students ages 4-12 including those from low income communities. We can offer scholarships for many of our classes and are looking to share our curriculum with non-profit partners - for more info, please reach out by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer hands-on, project-based learning experiences for students in grades 5-8. And cultivate a learning environment aimed to develop students' growth mindset and grit.
Monthly after school programs offered throughout the school year. Weekly camps offered in the summer.
MV GATE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, founded and supported by Marin parents who believe in bringing enhanced learning opportunities to our kids, now, and in partnership with our schools. We believe that 1) our kids’ gifts and talents can be best nurtured through empowering challenges and support; 2) that our own community represents a great and largely untapped resource in our kids’ education; and 3) that today's kids, if they are going to be happy and successful, must develop a richer set of cognitive and life skills than any previous generation.
Apple Stores will participate in Hour of Code with daily coding sessions in celebration of Computer Science Education Week. Young aspiring coders can learn coding basics during a Kids Hour session, while those age twelve and above can use Swift Playgrounds on iPad to learn coding concepts and even program robots. A new Teacher Tuesdays session helps educators learn how to teach code to students using new resources and discussion topics.
Microsoft Store's free reading and STEM workshops for ages six and up use the latest Microsoft technology to build confidence for participants of all skill levels.
At iD Tech, kids and teens of all skill levels discover coding, AI, machine learning, film, robotics, and game design, developing the in-demand skills needed to compete at top Bay Area companies like Twitter, Apple, Facebook, Google, Adobe, and more. US News & World Report has ranked Dominican University in its top 25 Best Value Schools and Regional Universities West.
There are over 115,000 Hour of Code events around the world. Click here to find an event in your area.
CoderDojo is a free computer programming club for young people ages 8-17. Come and learn basic computer programming, play with robots, or work on your own project. We meet on the last Friday of every month from 3:30 - 5:30 pm.
A Technology Internship for High School Students Combining 3D Modeling/Printing, Virtual Reality, and Mill Valley History. High school students use local history research and SketchUp 3D modeling software to recreate Mill Valley buildings as they were in the past. Students choose a Mill Valley building and participate in a series of hands-on tech classes to complete their 3D models. Finished models are rendered in TimeWalk Mill Valley, a historical virtual world. Students learn SketchUp, get an introduction to the game engine Unity, and help showcase Mill Valley history.
Reaching Out With Robotics is leading a series of fun and challenging robotics workshops. Join and learn about robotics and computer science using Sphero robots!
We meet on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 3-5 pm.
Enjoy helping your community? Want to build your own cool apps? Join our FREE Girls Who Code Club! Learn how to code and change the world!
For femme-identified and non-binary youth in grades 6-12.
Let’s get coding! Whether you want to learn a new language or master one you already know we’ll help you on your journey. Platforms used: Scratch, Vidcode, Processing, & Arduino.
Middle school girls bridge the gender gap and build confidence through technology with hands-on skill building using circuits, laser cutting, 3D modeling, coding, and art. LunaTech meets every Thursday in the Makerspace.
Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages in over 45 languages. Join millions of students and teachers in over 180 countries starting with an Hour of Code.
Try an Hour of Code activity and learn to code along with millions of students around the world.
We started Outschool with the belief that we can use technology to make learning more flexible and personal than before. We can now answer "what, where, when and who?" more dynamically than a single location, curriculum and class planned months or even years in advance.
A free interactive learning resource for educators.
MVCode - Prepare your Child for the Future. Marin coding classes - kids learn skills to help prepare them for the future - programming, problem solving, math, physics, art and music. All while having fun! Sign your child up for a free trial today. Connect with MVCode on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.