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Pathways Details

For Age 10 & Younger (Suggested)

See summaries  below for each respective pathway.

Paths Below Include:
 

•Jr. Video Game Designer

•Jr. Full Stack Developer

•Jr. Web and App Designer

Jr. Video Game Designer

Students will build on your coding experience as you program animations, interactive art, and games! The unit starts off with simple shapes and builds up to more sophisticated games, using learned skills and the design processes. In the final project students will develop a personalized, interactive program.

  1. Course D: Concepts include sequencing, events, loops, conditionals, binary, and digital citizenship.

  2. Flappy game: Use drag-and-drop programming to make your own Flappy Bird game, and customize it to look different (Flappy Shark, Flappy Santa, whatever). Add the game to your phone in one click.

  3. Course E: Concepts include sprites, digital citizenship, impacts of computing, nested loops, and functions.

  4. Star Wars Game: Learn to program droids, and create your own Star Wars game in a galaxy far, far away.

  5. Course F: Concepts include variables, data, for loops, the Internet, sprites, and digital citizenship.

  6. CSD Unit 3 - Interactive games and animations: you’ll build on your coding experience as you program animations, interactive art, and games in Game Lab. The unit starts off with simple shapes and builds up to more sophisticated sprite-based games, using the same programming concepts and the design process computer scientists use daily. In the final project, you’ll develop a personalized, interactive program.

Jr. Full Stack Developer

A full stack developer is a hybrid between a front end and back end developer. They are responsible for creating the visible portions of the website (Front end) and creating the database infrastructure for the website Back End. We teach junior elements of the Full Stack Developer pathway through Code.org!

  1. Course D: Concepts include sequencing, events, loops, conditionals, binary, and digital citizenship.

  2. CSD Unit 2 - Web Development: you’ll learn how to create and share the content on your own web pages. After deciding what content you want to share with the world, you’ll learn how to structure and style your pages using HTML and CSS. You’ll also practice valuable programming skills such as debugging, using resources, and teamwork.

  3. Course E: Concepts include sprites, digital citizenship, impacts of computing, nested loops, and functions.

  4. CSD Unit 3 - Interactive games and animations: you’ll build on your coding experience as you program animations, interactive art, and games in Game Lab. The unit starts off with simple shapes and builds up to more sophisticated sprite-based games, using the same programming concepts and the design process computer scientists use daily. In the final project, you’ll develop a personalized, interactive program.

  5. Course F: Concepts include variables, data, for loops, the Internet, sprites, and digital citizenship.

  6. App Lab: App Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple apps. Design an app, code in JavaScript with either blocks or text, then share your app in seconds.

Jr. Web and App Designer

Students will learn how to create and share the content on their own web pages. They will learn how to structure and style your pages using HTML and CSS and practice valuable programming skills and design the app code in JavaScript with either blocks or text! Creation can be  shared in seconds.

  1. Course D: Concepts include sequencing, events, loops, conditionals, binary, and digital citizenship.

  2. CSD Unit 1 - Problem solving and computing: Problem Solving and Computing is a highly interactive and collaborative introduction to the field of computer science, as framed within the broader pursuit of solving problems. You’ll practice using a problem solving process to address a series of puzzles, challenges, and real world scenarios. Next, you’ll learn how computers input, output, store, and process information to help humans solve problems. The unit concludes with a project in which you design an application that helps solve a problem of your choosing.

  3. Course E: Concepts include sprites, digital citizenship, impacts of computing, nested loops, and functions.

  4. CSD Unit 2 - Web Development: you’ll learn how to create and share the content on your own web pages. After deciding what content you want to share with the world, you’ll learn how to structure and style your pages using HTML and CSS. You’ll also practice valuable programming skills such as debugging, using resources, and teamwork.

  5. Course F: Concepts include variables, data, for loops, the Internet, sprites, and digital citizenship.

  6. App Lab: App Lab is a programming environment where you can make simple apps. Design an app, code in JavaScript with either blocks or text, then share your app in seconds.

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