Minecraft Mod – Class 10 of 10

Minecraft Mod – Class 10 of 10
Event on 2015-11-30 18:00:00
Check-in 5:45: Across from 5 Sisters -Enter back door THIS CLASS IS FOR CHILDREN AGES 10 to 17.  Children under 10 ARE ALLOWED IN class.  However, they may have a difficult time understanding some of the material.  If you're not sure whether or not this class is the right one for your child, send us an email. This is the tenth class in a series of 10 classes to learn basic programming skills. Each week the tasks will become more difficult. You do not have to start with the first class, but as the weeks go by the difficulty level will increase. Returning attendees will have priority for registration. Attending all classes and increasing your expertise will help you earn color belts (similar to karate), which are USB wristbands.  * A laptop is required for each child. If you do not have a laptop, we suggest borrowing one. Bring a notebook and pen. For very young children please BRING A MOUSE for the laptop because their hands are small and it's difficult to use the pad.  Download Minecraft to the computer(s) you bring to the class. Go to minecraft.net to download.   * A parent/guardian must stay for children under 12. All parents are encouraged to stay and participate in the event.  Please let your child learn on their own so they can ask for help from each other and the mentors. This will encourage teamwork and promote critical thinking as well as allow us to determine their skill level for awarding belts. Please free up a seat for another child if you feel your child is capable to progress on their own.  At CoderDojo Pensacola, young people between 7 and 17 can learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and more. In addition to learning to code, members meet like minded people, show off what they’ve been working on and so on. CoderDojo makes development and learning to code a fun and sociable experience. CoderDojo also puts a strong emphasis on open source and free software, and has a strong network of members and volunteers globally. CoderDojo has just one rule: “Above All: Be Cool!“                            http://coderdojo.com/

at UWF’s Innovation Institute
321 N. DeVilliers St.
Pensacola, United States

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