Do computer programs seem a bit like black magic to you? If you want to change that then this class is for you. This class is strictly for beginners with little-to-no experience in programming. How is internet and software really put together? Learn how to build the programs and games we use every day, and make web pages that look good and work well.
After this class, students will feel confident to join the conversation about computer programming, know where to get started on any computer challenge they may face in the future, and will be able to hack their lives by getting computers to do their bidding for them.
Your Teacher – Kurtis Baute
Kurtis grew up on a farm in Ontario, building model rockets and catching frogs. He completed a Bachelor of Arts in Biology at Laurier University, and a Masters of Science through the University of Guelph, where he published peer-reviewed articles on bioenergy and plant taxonomy. Super serious about making science fun, Kurtis has run university biology labs, has worked at Science World, and has literally sung about science to thousands on YouTube. He enjoys the small class sizes at BrainBoost where he teaches science, electronics, and video-making. On his ever-evolving list of interests you can currently find: hiking, cycling, reading and writing sci-fi, playing guitar, and practising German.
How much does it cost?
$750.00 per term + tax
When is it?
What are the dates?
Term 1: September 13 – January 30
Term 2: February 7 – June 20
What ages is it appropriate for?
13 – 17