Girls work in small teams to help each other, decide on a shared solution and solve problems
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Engineering Design Process
EDP approach is encouraged among girls during the problem solving tasks, so that they learn to think like engineers.
We encourage the girls to be innovators and risk takers. We believe that there are no failures, only solutions that are "more or less" effective.
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We are totally open to getting feedback from the girls to learn what interests them. We will also track their interest level periodically to gauge their level of interest.
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Online coding and computer literacy classes designed for girls (7-18 years old)
World of Computers: Unplugged
In this course, the girls will learn about the basics of what computers are all about and how do they work.
The goal of this program is to introduce the girls to the world of computers in a hands-on and fun way. All the concepts are taught using storytelling, drawing, discussions, visual cues, brainteasers, and craft activities. The girls will build a solid foundation of the basics of computers and robotics along with their implications in the real world. After this course, the girls will be ready to move on to our core coding program called Introduction to Scratch in the Rover age group.
This 8 session long program is intended for girls in the 7-8-year-old age group who are new to the world of computers. All the material will be emailed to the parents upon registration. The parents will be requested to PRINT OUT all the worksheets and handouts and keep them ready in a file. The girls will need this file, along with pencil, glue, child-friendly scissors, coloring pens, and plain white paper in each class. Video call screen is the only technology we will be using to conduct this program.
What is a computer?
Main parts of a computer and their function
Humans vs computers
Difference between hardware and software
What are robots?
Why are robots important and how do they work?
Patterns and sequence
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