Introduction to Computer Science
A 12-week program for middle school students in Puerto Rico where students work with a microcontroller to learn how to code.
On a mission to empower kids
This is an introduction to coding and computer science using a microcontroller board and block-based programming. It is a project-based curriculum with a maker philosophy at its core; the idea is that by making physical objects, students create a context for learning coding and computer science concepts.
When students complete this course they will have a good understanding of computer science concepts that can serve as the foundation for future study. They will develop powerfully design skills that they can use in future projects of all types, whether they are designing 3D printed prototypes or creating apps that serve a real-world purpose.
This course is targeted to middle school grades 5-8 for students interested in learning more about technology. Students are required to have a basic knowledge of the use of a computer.
- class per week
- in person
Some of our young students have benefited from our programs.
Frequently asked questions
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- When will it start?
- What is the cost and what does it include?
- The cost is a one-time payment of $500. Payment plans are not available and limited scholarships will be available. The cost will include all live instruction and a free microcontroller kit for the student.
- Where it takes place and on what days?
- Metropolitan area during saturdays
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