MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 12 lectures (1h 22m) | Size: 750.1 MB
Start your coding journey in an enjoyable fashion
What you’ll learn
Become familiar with MIT Scratch
Know the basics of coding and coding blocks
Build projects in which characters walk and talk
Work with variables and conditional coding
Make simple games and other projects
No programming experience is needed. You need to have a laptop or PC and know how to work with it.
Want to learn how to code? let’s do it the right way, which is also the fun way. Coding is an essential skill and everyone needs to know it at least to some extent. For children and young adults, coding will do a lot more than just being a career-building skill. It will nudge your creativity, problem solving, storytelling, and a list of other soft skills that can help you in whatever field you choose to work in.
The world of the future, and I am talking about not so far a future, will see a significant shift in the job market. With the rise of AI, Big Data, Cloud Services, and Quantum Processors we will soon see that many jobs will become obsolete if they do not adapt to the new situation. The best way to get ready for the blow would be to start learning how to work with these technologies today.
We need to ready the next generation for the change and at LaraxAcademy we have taken this initiative. Teaching children how to code and learn robotics and STEM concepts is the least of what we can do today to build a beautiful future.
This course starts by teaching the fundamentals of MIT Scratch and continues with projects and games that get gradually more complex and engaging.
MIT Scratch is a block-based programming language that allows people to start learning how to code in a fun, easy way.
Who this course is for
People who want to get into coding in a fun way. Mostly parents and teachers who want to teach their kids (+8 years) coding
People looking for a solid starting point in learning about software development
Beginners in programming and computer science