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Junior Coding – Ages: 5-8 Yrs

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Age: 5+ Years

A Block-Based Coding Program where Children learn commands, loops, functions, conditions while creating puzzles & games. The Junior Coding Program is an excellent program for Introducing Computational Thinking & Algorithmic Intelligence during the formative years of young children.

 

NO# of Levels: 3 (S0 to S2)

Duration of Each Level: 40-80 Hours

 

Learning Method: The course takes essential programming constructs and wraps them in a friendly, easy to use environment. Drag ready-made blocks of code together to control activities on the screen.

 

Learning Outcome:

  • Design Process
  • Experimentation & Creativity
  • Problem solving
  • Understanding Algorithms

 

Student Take Away:

  • End of Level Certification by iCode.org (Certification Fees Sponsored by LeapLearner)
  • Opportunity to Participate in Online International Coding Olympiad

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Students will have a good command of knowledge as below when finish the course:

  1. Understand what the programming mean, how to use scratch graphical software and blocks basically
  2. Know the basic application of blocks, simple logical thought as well as the corresponding blocks.
  3. Understand the math and computer knowledge that is related to the programming. Learn the logical thought and the corresponding blocks further.
  4. Understand relations between objects. Know how to make objects to transmit messages or variant contents with each other.
  5. Understand features of functions and know how to use more blocks
  6. Equipped to design modules like random events, object movement and DIY functions using random number, coordinate system and functions that are relevant to the math.
  7. Comprehend the drawing function and have a deep understanding of geometric figure taught in primary schools.
  8. Train the capability to summarize and sort blocks and events

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