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General introduction to Programming Courses Overview

(each course duration is 25 sessions, distributed over 3 months, 2 sessions per week, 90 minutes per session)
In these courses depending on your actual skills in programming, you will be able to learn from the fundamentals of coding, problem-solving and algorithms, to master classes in pure and functional enterprise web applications! No matter the age or experience in programming, you will be able to find the appropriate level of course to where you can start the race from!
Listed above you will find the four main courses with age and skill recommendations where you may find yourself or your child comfortable to start off! You can also give us a call, or just feel free to visit our Academy personnel near Elite Travel Group Offices so we can arrange the course which best fits to you!

COURSE GROUPS & CONTENT

Group A ( age 7-10 ) - Intro To Coding

Tynker: Block Coding/Game Design/Robotics

 

Duration No. of sessions No. of participants Time Schedule
2 x 90 min /week (3 months) 25 4 – 8 Monday, Wednesday 17:00-18:30

 

Description:
In this course, students get introduced to basic programming as they create interactive stories, design animations, and make mini-games in Tynker’s game-like interface. Each lesson is designed for a class period of 90 minutes. During this period, students learn by themselves as they progress through interactive tutorials, solve coding puzzles, follow along to build their own projects, and take quizzes. All student work is automatically tracked and assessed, and their individual progress will be monitored and charted. Students that complete this lesson plan will be able to solve problems, build interactive scenes, use keyboard and mouse actions, play sounds and music, use speech bubbles, and move objects on the screen. Using a combination of interactive lessons, concept explanations, videos, puzzles, and DIY projects, the course will teach students to write programs that control devices like drones or Sphero Robots!

Curriculum Topics Covered

  • Sequencing
  • Repetition
  • Events
  • Conditional logic
  • Animation
  • Storytelling
  • Problem Solving
  • Debugging
  • Pen Drawing
  • Drawing Shapes and Patterns
  • Direction and Turning
  • Keyboard and mouse Events
  • Touchscreen Devices Events
  • Playing Sounds
  • Simple Motion
  • Game Developement
  • Robot Control
 

 

 

Group B ( age 11-14 ) - Coding & Intro To Web Design

Tynker: Block Coding & Text Coding HTML/CSS

Duration No. of sessions No. of participants Time Schedule
2 x 90 min /week (3 months) 25 4 – 8 Tuesday, Thursday 17:00-18:30

 

Description:
In this course, students get introduced to basic programming as they create interactive stories, design animations, and make mini-games in Tynker’s game-like interface. Each lesson is designed for a class period of 90 minutes. During this period, students learn by themselves as they progress through interactive tutorials, solve coding puzzles, follow along to build their own projects, and take quizzes. All student work is automatically tracked and assessed, and their individual progress will be monitored and charted.
Later in this Course, students will be introduced to web page development using HTML and CSS. Starting from building their very first web page, they progress to learn about paragraphs, lists, tables, inserting images, audio and video files and hyperlinking while they work on many different hands-on practical do-it-yourself projects, several hands-on programming challenges, and assessment quizzes throughout the course. Finally they build a photo gallery and their own version of Instagram to compete this course.

This course is ideal for students who are comfortable with text entry. It is recommended that the students have completed at least one Tynker block-coding course so that they are familiar with the basics of programming logic and computational thinking. This course will help them transition to HTML and CSS – the web development languages, and adapt to the additional challenges of text-based syntax.

Students who successfully complete this lesson plan will demonstrate a strong mastery of HTML and CSS syntax, as well as the ability to create their own web sites from scratch. They will be able to create web pages for other projects in their academic curriculum, such as book reports, presentations and STEM assignments. This course does not cover the use of JavaScript in web development.

Curriculum Topics Covered

  • Sequencing
  • Repetition
  • Events
  • Conditional logic
  • Animation
  • Storytelling
  • Problem Solving
  • Debugging
  • Direction and Turning
  • Keyboard and mouse Events
  • Playing Sounds
  • HTML page creation
  • CSS Styles
  • Hyperlinks, lists, and tables
  • CSS pseudo-classes, selectors, and more
  • Typography and page layout
  • CSS Box model
  • Images, audio, and video
  • Modal popups and hover states
  • Multi-page websites
  • Responsive website design
 

 

 

Group C ( age 15-19 ) - Web Develop Fundamentals

HTML/CSS/JavaScript

Duration No. of sessions No. of participants Time Schedule
2 x 90 min /week (3 months) 25 4 – 8 Monday, Wednesday 18:30-20:00

 

Description:
In this course, students will be introduced to web page development using HTML, CSS and Javascript. Starting from building their very first web page, they progress to learn about paragraphs, lists, tables, inserting images, audio and video files and hyperlinking while they work on many different hands-on practical do-it-yourself projects, several hands-on programming challenges, and assessment quizzes throughout the course. Finally they build a complete web-page with all three elements in it: Html, CSS and JavaScript.

This course is ideal for students who are comfortable with text entry. It is recommended that the students have completed at least some block-coding courses so that they are familiar with the basics of programming logic and computational thinking. This course will help them transition to HTML CSS and JavaScript- the web development languages, and adapt to the additional challenges of text-based syntax.

Students who successfully complete this lesson plan will demonstrate a strong mastery of HTML CSS and Javascript syntax, as well as the ability to create their own web sites from scratch. They will be able to create web pages for other projects in their academic curriculum, such as Static Web Pages.

Curriculum Topics Covered

  • HTML page creation
  • CSS Styles
  • Hyperlinks, lists, and tables
  • CSS pseudo-classes, selectors, and more
  • Typography and page layout
  • CSS Box model
  • Images, audio, and video
  • Modal popups and hover states
  • Multi-page websites
  • Responsive website design
  • JavaScript syntax
  • Repetition
  • Conditional logic
  • Nested loops
  • Automation
  • Keyboard and mouse events
  • Creating and using an HTML canvas
  • Operators
  • Expressions
  • Variables
  • Listeners
  • Using arrays and objects to store structured data
 

 

Group D ( age 20-29 ) - ASP.NET Full Stack Developer

HTML/CSS/JQuery/Ajax/C#/Linq/SQL

Duration No. of sessions No. of participants Time Schedule
2 x 90 min /week (3 months) 25 4 – 8 Tuesday, Thursday 18:30-20:00

 

Description:
ASP.NET Core MVC is Microsoft’s next-generation, open-source, and cross-platform framework. It’s designed from the ground up to be fast, flexible, modern, and work across different platforms.
This course will cover the fundamentals of what you need to know to start building your first ASP.NET Core application with the MVC framework.
ASP.NET Core is Built from the ground up and is a significant redesign of ASP.NET. It provides an optimised development framework for apps that are either run on-premises or deployed to the cloud.
This ASP.NET Core MVC training course is prefect for .NET developers who are new to the MVC design pattern or want to explore the ever-evolving Microsoft Web Development stack.

ASP.NET Core MVC is one of the most popular asset for software development industry. Knowing ASP.NET CORE MVC can get you a nice job with a decent salary!

Curriculum Topics Covered

  • Gain insights to the Fundamentals and Concepts of ASP.NET CORE MVC
  • Learning how to set an environment for web developement from scratch
  • Working with Visual Studio 2019
  • Acquire sufficient knowledge on role of Model, View and Controller
  • Integrating MVC to develop complete dynamic web applications
  • Learn Razor Syntax
  • Building Custom Model Binders and Model Validation
  • Dependency Injection into Controllers
  • Testing controllers
  • Working with multiple environments
  • Implement security in ASP.NET MVC applications
  • Learn Linq Syntax
  • Learn how to use Mappers
  • Communication between Front-End and Back-end via Ajax
  • Use Jquery to manipulate Front-End Web Visualisation
  • Learn SQL Database Foundamentals
  • Usage of Entity Framework for manipulating databases
  • Ect.
 

 

 

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