Web Development for Children
Why should children learn web programming?
Programming hasn’t become this popular by accident. There is a growing understanding that knowing how to program is essential, especially for younger generations. Learning facts is less and less relevant in a world where Google can satisfy just about any question in a matter of milliseconds; it is skills that will enable children to succeed, and that set of skills must include programming.
Learning how to program is like learning any other language in that the skill must be practiced and tested out. Just as languages open up the ability to communicate with worlds of people, programming gives children the ability to create technologies that impact those around them. With just a computer, kids can use their programming skills to build things that could change the world.
About the course
What will the participant able to do after the course?
During the course the participants will start an individual project, which will be developed, modified and reviewed based on the lessons passed. After completing this course they will be able to build a responsive portfolio site with your own CSS framework. They’ll also have the functionality in place to add future websites to their portfolio.
The training details are presented below:
Starting date: September 19, 2016
Duration: 24 lessons, each lasting 2 hours, total 48 hours
Training days: every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Recommended background: Computer literacy (An enrollment test will be conducted, and groups will be formed, based on the test results).
Training cost: 55,000 AMD (The payment slip should be provided during the first lesson.)
The program of the course Web development for children is presented.
The language of instruction is Armenian.
To APPLY click "Further official information" below and fill the application form.
If you have questions, please call us at (010) 545 343, (099) 545 343, (041) 545 343, and we will be happy to answer your questions. As the number of participants is limited, the selection will be made on “first come – first served” basis. The selected students will be notified additionally.
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