EXPLORE Series — Code Gakko
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EXPLORE Series

We provide the following programming courses to individuals and schools in Singapore.
Kindly contact us for various pricing packages.

For Individuals

Age Group:

6–11 Years Old

Pricing:

10 lessons for $15/hr

Time:

90 min/lesson

Every Wed 9:30-11am or 3–5:30pm

Overview:

Scratch is a program designed to teach young people to code and think creatively. After learning the fundamentals, students will create games and presentations, to be displayed in a final showcase.

Age Group:

12–18 Years Old

Fees:

10 lessons for $25/hr

Time:

90 min/lesson

Every Wed 1-2:30pm or 7–8:30pm

Overview:

Students learn coding fundamentals with Python, a beginner-friendly but powerful programming language that is used widely in the industry. They build a simple game, and present it in a final showcase.

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For Schools

Age Group:

6-11 Years Old

Class Size:

10-20 Students

Overview:

Students work in pairs to create a game entirely from scratch. They will learn how to work in teams and plan the development of their games. Show and Tell at the end (for parents).

Age Group:

6-11 Years Old

Class Size:

10-20 Students

Overview:

Kids will be trained in mathematical and logical thinking. The fundamentals and reasons behind computer science will be taught in an engaging manner. This complements the subjects that are currently being taught in primary schools.

 

Age Group:

6-11 Years Old

Overview:

Like Hopscotch Level 2, students design and build a game (done in teams of 4)
Students present their robotics projects. Requirements: Laptop (Windows or Mac), Scratch, LEGO Mindstorms OR Microcontroller.

 

Age Group:

6-11 Years Old

Overview:

Learn the fundamental concepts of programming, including conditionals, events, variables, and abstraction. Build a rather complex game using the concepts learned (Obstacle game racer, as specified in the syllabus)

 

Age Group:

6-11 Years Old

Overview:

A combined mathematics and computer science course, providing a learning experience for students practice both skills through Scratch, a web-based programming platform. Possible topics: Parallel/perpendicular lines, polygons, area/perimeter, angles, basic arithmetic.

 

 

Age Group:

12-18 Years Old

Overview:

MIT App Inventor is a block-based programming interface similar to Scratch, used to create Android apps. Students acquire core computer science and programming principles through the hands-on experience of building an Android application, complete with sensors and API integrations.

 

Age Group:

12-18 Years Old

Overview:

Students learn coding fundamentals with Python, a beginner-friendly but powerful programming language that is used widely in the industry. They build a simple game, and present it in a final showcase.