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Creative Thinking in Programming & Logic Building

Specially designed for the school grade students (8 years to 13 years young minds)

Course Overview

Course Overview:

Unlock your creativity and build a strong foundation in programming through this engaging and interactive course using Scratch, an open-source visual programming language. This course is designed for beginners with little to no programming experience, emphasizing creativity, logical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

By the end of this course, participants will have gained a solid understanding of programming fundamentals using Scratch. They will have the ability to think critically, solve problems creatively, and express themselves through interactive and engaging projects. The introduction to open-source programming resources will also empower participants to continue their programming journey beyond the course.

Course Details: 

Week 1: Introduction to Scratch
Overview of Scratch as a visual programming language.
Understanding the Scratch interface and its key features.
Creating and navigating projects in Scratch.

Week 2: Basic Programming Concepts
Introduction to fundamental programming concepts (variables, loops, conditions).
Hands-on activities to reinforce understanding.
Building simple projects to apply learned concepts.

Week 3: Creative Problem-Solving
Encouraging creativity through programming.
Developing logical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Project-based learning to apply programming concepts in creative ways.

Week 4: Sprites and Animation
Exploring sprites and their role in Scratch projects.
Creating animations using Scratch’s sprite and backdrop features.
Collaboration on animation projects.

Week 5: Interactive Games and Stories
Designing and creating interactive games and stories.
Introduction to user input and response handling.
Incorporating sound and visual effects into projects.

Week 6: Event-Driven Programming
Understanding event-driven programming in Scratch.
Using events to trigger actions and responses.
Developing interactive and responsive projects.

Week 7: Introduction to Open-Source Programming Resources
Exploring open-source programming tools and platforms.
Introduction to community-driven development and collaboration.
Utilizing open-source resources for continued learning.

Week 8: Sharing and Collaboration
Understanding how to share Scratch projects with the community.
Collaborative programming exercises to foster teamwork.
Peer review and feedback for improvement.

Week 9: Final Project and Showcase
Collaborative development of a final project.
Showcasing individual and group projects.
Reflection on the learning journey and next steps in programming.

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Instructor:
Arun

Python Programming Expert

About This Course:

This course is specifically designed for school students who want to gain a programming knowledge & Logic Building.

The course is tailored for middle and high school students. However, any enthusiastic learner interested in the subject is welcome to join.

All you need is a computer with internet access. We will provide any necessary software and materials as part of the course.

Yes, upon successful completion of the course, you will be awarded a certificate. This certificate recognizes your understanding of Creative Thinking in Programming & Logic Building.

Enrollment is simple! Choose the course, and follow the enrollment instructions. If you encounter any issues, our support team is ready to assist you.

Start your learning journey today! Enroll now in our online course.