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Re: Programming Classes

Postby scang » Wed Oct 18, 2017 6:24 pm

Island-wide Learning Activities (which also includes programming and other activities)
28 Oct – 28 Nov 2017
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Lifelong Learning Fest

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby Angelsdontexist » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:15 pm

thanks for sharing! :)

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby choppie » Sun Nov 05, 2017 7:14 pm

i am a programmer, can you all share reasons why would you want your kids to study programming?

do they want it or parents feel this is a good skill to have?

At what age, do you think the kids will be ready to learn programming?

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby Ivy80 » Sun Nov 05, 2017 8:22 pm

For programming classes, you can easily find introductory courses online! There are a lot of useful sites for example Udemy.

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby codomo2015 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:02 am

Actually there are coding and programming courses for kids in Singapore!
How about letting your child try coding classes at Codomo? Apart from learning technical skills, our students learn skills for the real world like creativity, logic and confidence through presentations. If you're keen, just enter promo code "ksp50" to enjoy $50 off our remaining classes in Dec. codomo.com.sg Promo ends by 3 Dec! Hope to cya there.

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby codomo2015 » Thu Dec 07, 2017 4:33 pm

Hey if any of you feels overwhelmed by the sea of programming options for your kid, try this short quiz. You'll find out which programming language is suitable for your kid based on his/her interests and age group! Enjoyyyy

https://codomo.com.sg/2017/10/31/which- ... ild-learn/

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby tidee » Mon Dec 11, 2017 10:09 am

JavaScript is one of the simplest for children to get to know programming. They don't have to install anything new on their PCs or laptops. It can be done just using the notepad application in their machines.

By the way, I am helping to develop simple Javascript games that you can run on your favourite browsers (chrome, firefox, IE) without installing any additional programs, extensions or plugins.

If you have any simple games idea for educational purpose that you want to implement for your kids if you are a parent or for your students if you are teacher or tutor or you run a tuition or enrichment centre, feel free to reply to me. Price is very affordable (approximately $50-$250).

If you decide to engage me, you get this bricks game for free (JavaScript code, CSS styling sheet, HTML) that you can learn and play at the same time! :idea:

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby sky minecrafter » Sun Apr 29, 2018 2:01 pm

Learning to code for data analysis (free learning - Python, from The Open University)

Scratch (free learning of coding) MIT Media Lab

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby BranT » Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:55 am

sky minecrafter wrote:Learning to code for data analysis (free learning - Python, from The Open University)

Scratch (free learning of coding) MIT Media Lab



Thanks for sharing! :dancing:

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Re: Programming Classes

Postby Meiling090 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 8:19 pm

i teach my children how to code in python. Today they managed to use it to calculate my annual average electricity bills

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