Exciting and fun new opportunity for students to learn basic coding skills to develop a computer game.

Students will develop computer games in Python while learning basic coding skills Instructions will be provided for each game, with an opportunity for students to get creative and personalize each game by adding new features and rules along the way.

VIRTUAL half-day code trainings with AlbanyCanCode
July 13-17, 8:30am – 11:30 a.m
$220 per student

Register Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLq5etD4LMYCjWPA1M3Aziee4GFrJIfd7dDPRGKEOshXxtGg/viewform

AlbanyCanCode partners with Capital Region educators to offer training, support and instructional tools for K-12 students by empowering elementary and middle school teachers to include coding activities in the curricular day. The goals of its K12 programs are:

  • Build capacity for coding education in our public schools
  • invite all our young people to look into being a maker – not only a user – of software;
  • change mindset about the relevance of coding skill, and about who can work in technology;
  • open pathways for students, their teachers and families, to a future of coding literacy and software expertise.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Laura Lehtonen, Capital Region BOCES Managing Program Coordinator II
518-464-3999 / laura.lehtonen@neric.org