Spring 2018 Computer Coding Camp Pilot Successful

Spring 2018 Computer Coding Camp Pilot Successful

On March 31, 2018, the twelve students in the Level I pilot of the CSF Computer Coding Camp demonstrated their projects to a public audience. The syllabus was focused on html for website production and mobile Apps. The demonstrations ranged from websites for a startup business, to a simple calculator App, to an App for remote control of the engines and other controls on a toy space ship using a computer or cell phone. The camps began on January 6, 2018, concluded on March 31, 2018 and ran from 9:00 am to noon on Saturday mornings. Mr. Leo-Neal Perry and Mr. Brandon Alleyne (Camp Facilitators) who are seen here assisting the campers with their projects, were most pleased with the outcome. A full description of the Computer Coding Workshops can be found at http://caribbeanscience.org/coding-camp/ The plan is to repeat the camp from September to December, 2018

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