Code Wiz - learn to code, have fun!
Salem Park, Recreation and Community Services is pleased to be working with Code Wiz to provide virtual coding classes this fall. All sessions require a PC, MAC or Chromebook (Chromebook will not work for Roblox Coding and Minecraft Coding) No prior coding knowledge or experience is required.
Things you will need:
- A web camera
- a USB headset (optional, but helpful)
- a computer mouse will be helpful for these classes
- high speed internet
- Zoom App installed
Session 1: Tuesday classes - September 7th - October 12th
Wednesday classes - September 8th - October 13th
Price: Special Introductory Rate of $145.00 per session
Roblox Coding ( A PC or MAC is required, a Chromebook will not work for this class)
Day and Time: Tuesdays 5:00-6:00pm
Course Description: Become a Roblox game wiz using Lua! Create versions of your fairytale universe with Roblox. Roblox studio has all the tolls to make your wildest gaming imaginations a reality. In this program you will learn how to make use of the many tools on Roblox to code terrific games, relaying your imaginative capabilities to the world. Through drag and drop techniques, you'll be creating extensions to the Roblox game while fostering your creativity and learning real-world computer coding.
Minecraft Coding ( A PC or Mac is required, Chromebook will not work for this class)
Day and Time: Tuesday 6:30-7:30pm
Course Description: Explore, create or survive! Mine deep into the minecraft world and create the future! In this creative program, challenge the odds, craft your own kinds of weapons and build dream worlds using code. Do this while also learning fundamental programming concepts, level design and problem solving skills. You will make use of Ready made coding blocks to create mini versions of Minecraft games.
Day and Time: Wednesdays 5:00-6:00pm
Day and Time: Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm
Course Description: In this class, students will work up to advanced coding concepts through interactive lessons and mini-projects. Students will acquire critical problem solving and computational thinking. Your child will learn how to use variables, problem-solving, lops, and methods. This will all be incorporated into creating their own games and projects.