Hands-On, Beginner Programming Workshop

With Jeremy Moritz of Code for Teens

Do you like video games? How about social media? Streaming movies? Online shopping? Smart phones? All of the amazing technology you use every day was created by ordinary people who decided to learn an extraordinarily useful skill: beginner programming and coding. And here’s the best part: you can learn it, too, at the HEAV homeschool Convention!

If you have ever been curious about how to program but don’t know where to begin, this is the hands-on workshop for you. Bring your laptop and learn the basics of computer coding from acclaimed author, entertainer, and conference speaker Jeremy Moritz, author of Code for Teens: The Awesome Beginner’s Guide to Programming.

Knowing how to code opens up all kinds of new, exciting possibilities. Start writing your first lines of real computer code as Jeremy Moritz personally shows you the tools and tricks needed to understand JavaScript, the world’s most commonly used coding language.

Get ready for this excellent beginner’s programming workshop, and enjoy a fun and insightful introduction into the world of coding!
Students must bring a personal laptop computer and power cord (PC, MacBook, Chromebook, or Linux laptop—NOT a smartphone, iPad, or other tablet).

Google Chrome browser must be installed on your laptop. (It’s free—and assistance is available in class, if needed.)

Homeschool Hands-On STEM - Computer Programming


$39/student; $10/accompanying parent


12 and up


Thursday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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