Students in Starfire Coding learn programming concepts that apply to real world programming languages by coding games and animations. Learning to code is essential to understand the world that we live in, and how machines work. The process of learning to code teaches kids new ways to think about problems; to think critically, and how to breakdown and solve problems. Kids who learn to code, problem solve, and use logic and systematic reasoning. In Starfire Coding kids learn through hands-on project based activities. They acquire a tool kit needed to code and are given challenges to solve as a member of a two person team. Starfire classes foster a growth mindset, grit, teamwork, and empathy in a fun, emotionally, intellectually safe and supportive learning environment. Starfire teachers’ inspire intellectual and personal growth in their students. The teachers love what they do and their passion is contagious.
|Session||Wednesday||Wednesday – CANCELLED!|
|Grades||4th – 6th||4th – 5th|
2:50 – 3:50pm
4:00 – 5:00pm
|Class Dates||January 31 – May 9||January 31 – May 9|
|No Class||Feb. 21, Mar. 14, Apr. 11||Feb. 21, Mar. 14, Apr. 11|
|Number of Classes||12||12|
|Location||Room 2, La Entrada||Room 2, La Entrada|
|Class size||6 – 12 students||6 – 12 students|
|Instructor||Starfire Coding||Starfire Coding|
Instructor: Starfire Coding Tel: 650-649-9575 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Las Lomitas League Contact: Cynthia Solis Yi at email@example.com
Please call or e-mail the instructor to report an absence.
Starfire teacher-coaches are highly qualified math, engineering, and computer science professionals and teachers with degrees from Stanford University, University of California and other excellent academic institutions. We teach Starfire Coding because we want to share our knowledge and enthusiasm for coding with kids. For more information, check out https://www.starfireed.com/coding-1/