FREE for HEAV Members
Hands-On Beginner Programming
Virtual Class for Teens
Do you like video games? Social media? Smart phones? All of the amazing technology you use every day was created by ordinary people who learned a super useful skill: coding. And here’s the best part: You can learn it, too! If you have ever been curious about how to program but don’t know where to begin, this is the class for you!
All you need is a computer with a keyboard. Almost any desktop or laptop computer will do — you can use a Windows, Mac, Chromebook, or Linux machine (no tablets or smartphones please).
Geared for kids ages 11 and up. They should be able to type reasonably well.
Date & Time
Monday, July 27 to Friday, July 31 at 12:30 p.m.
HOW TO SIGN UP through two options.
1. This $35 class is FREE for HEAV Members!
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2. Register and pay for the $35 class with the following button.
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Jeremy Moritz is the author of “Code for Teens: The Awesome Beginner’s Guide to Programming”, a highly entertaining, well-organized book teaching teenagers and pre-teens how to write computer code.
As a software engineer, teacher and homeschooling father of six children, Jeremy has valuable insight into common learning habits and hang-ups of children and teenagers. And with an extensive background as a musical theater performer and director, he exhibits a flare for comedic writing that is sharp and entertaining. Jeremy and Christine–his book illustrator and devoted wife of 19 years–live with their children in Kansas City. Contact him at CodeForTeens.com!