No time for boredom when there is a myriad of technology to learn, and stay ahead of the curve!
With school looking very different from what kids are used to, we’re providing an opportunity for kids to supplement their learning in a fun and consistent way. Our coding classes also provide an environment for kids to collaborate and socialize with like minded friends and get ahead of the curve by learning fundamental and cutting edge technology such as Python, Java, HTML, artificial intelligence, robotics, data mining and more.
Designed to teach students how to make their own world or gamemode and learn the ins and outs of Roblox!
Using STEM, coding and tech literacy, students will perform tournament missions to complete in this Virtual Robotic Competition!
Student are tasked with working together to build a functioning civilization on an empty plot in this unique collaborative class!
Unleash your creative side and learn the fundamentals of coding concepts creating your own 2D/3D games. Gaming will never be the same again!
Artificial Intelligence will define the next generation of software solutions. Learn the basics of AI and more.
Creating voice apps and interactions, redefine your voice app experience using coding to take your imagination of Amazon Alexa apps to the next level!
Have a favorite coding platform you have tried before, or are you interested in a different platform than mentioned above? Don’t worry we still have Python, HTML, CSS, Scratch, Java, Minecraft coding and more!
Code Wiz aligns its curriculum with the K–12 Computer Science Framework represents a vision in which all students engage in the concepts and practices of computer science.
“Beginning in the earliest grades and continuing through 12th grade, students will develop a foundation of computer science knowledge and learn new approaches to problem solving that harness the power of computational thinking to become both users and creators of computing technology. By applying computer science as a tool for learning and expression in a variety of disciplines and interests, students will actively participate in a world that is increasingly influenced by technology”.
The framework promotes a vision in which all students critically engage in computer science issues; approach problems in innovative ways; and create computational artifacts with a practical, personal, or societal intent.
I consider the needs of diverse users during the design process. I regularly advocate for both myself and others. (CS Practice 1)
I work effectively in teams by accepting different perspectives, giving and receiving feedback, and sharing the workload. (CS Practice 2.)
I know how to define the problem, break it down into parts, and determine a solution using appropriate programs or procedures. (CS Practice 3)
I recognize patterns and can simplify code by using functions and loops. I can design modules that simulate real world phenomena. (CS Practice 4)
I express myself creatively by designing new prototypes, figuring out new ways to solve a problem, or improving on existing products and solutions. (CS Practice 5)
I am able to find and fix errors in programs. (CS Practice 6)
I share my ideas clearly by using appropriate language to describe, justify, and document processes and solutions. (CS Practice 7)
I do not give up when a problem gets challenging. I try different solutions and strategies until I get it right. (CS Practice M1)
I am able to use an iterative process to design innovative prototypes or solutions to problems people care about. (CS Practice S6)
I can use appropriate computer programming language to write a set of instructions for the computer to follow. (CS Core Concept 4)
I can determine step by step process to accomplish a task or solve a compelling problem. (CS Core Concept 4)
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" Code Wiz has been a great alternative for summer camp for our family this summer. Initially I wasn't sure how engaged my elementary school aged boys would be, especially my younger son, who did not have any programming experience. I have been extremely pleased and pleasantly surprised with how much they have loved it. They've now taken several courses and keep asking to take more. I love that they are learning valuable STEM skills in such a fun way. They are also completely occupied for several hours, which has been a welcome relief after a spring of homeschooling. The chance to socialize with other kids has also been refreshing for them given how much they miss being with other kids all day. The coaches are extremely patient and do a great job creating a supportive environment. Of course summer camp via Zoom is not quite the experience we were originally planning for this summer, but this is a pretty great alternative given the unique circumstances of the summer of 2020.