MELBOURNE APRIL SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 2019 - $140 + GST per Workshop
Join Coder Academy for fun and engaging days full of coding, robotics, electronics, Virtual Reality and more!
Monday 8th April - Junior Game Design 8-12 Design an environment and your own character then learn to code your creation to interact with its surroundings and collect treasure! You will test each others progress and keep learning as you develop your game further throughout the day.
Wednesay 10th April - Little Hackers 12+ Learn the ins and outs of cyber security and social engineering. You will learn why internet privacy is so important along with techniques to protect yourself.
Thursday 11th April - Social Good Game Design 12+ Design an environment and code your character to interact with its surroundings. Learn how game development can be used for social good and use real world scenarios to design a better user experience for accessibility. You will test each others progress and provide user experience feedback to further your own development.
Friday 12th April - Robotics & Wearable Tech 8-12 Why should superheroes have all the fun? Join us to to design, create and code. Unleash your creativity as we teach you how to bring your creations to life using lights, sensors and programming in a workshop where anything is possible.
Our expert trainers balance impressive technical ability with excellent communication skills. They are computer scientists, engineers, and industrial designers with prior teaching experience. All of our trainers have Working With Children checks, and a passion for inspiring young people to embrace STEM skills.
Student to teacher ratio
We pride ourselves on our ability to cater to students who are racing ahead, while supporting those who need more time to practise their skills. We aim to help students better understand the technological tools they have at their disposal, and how they can create rather than simply consume. Students are encouraged to adopt an experimental mindset, and think ‘What if?’ without giving into a fear of breaking something. We believe that people with unique interests learn to code for different reasons, and there are many ways to engage kids with tech in a way they find exciting and encouraging.
Beginner or intermediate
What to bring?
Just bring a packed lunch and be ready to learn.
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