Boolean Girl offers summer camps to introduce girls to computer science fundamentals at a young age. Our goal is to mix play and programming. Classes are designed using a holistic approach to learning. A typical class begins with an introduction to programming by the class acting out stories they will later program on the computer. A student writes a script using interactive tiles for the rest of the class to act out. These short stories are then reproduced in Scratch, a programming language developed by MIT on a Raspberry Pi. Through these projects, girls learn more than computer science, they learn to work through project challenges in a collaborative method and present their final products to the group.
This class is designed to teach them the skills required for basic computer use.
This course takes the fun to the next level, introducing advanced coding concepts, electrical engineering, and program design
Infant to 12