Children’s coding course available until December 12 – LE Journal


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Coding lessons for children available until December 12

CodeWizardsHQ, a leading online coding school for kids ages 8-18, is celebrating Computer Science Education Week by offering a special introductory course for kids that also benefits parent organizations – teachers from their schools.

The hour-long course is available for children ages 8-18 and does not require any prior coding experience. Students will complete a complete interactive project in Scratch (elementary school) or Python (middle and high school). Each class will be led by a live instructor and will take place entirely online. In addition to being offered at the reduced rate of $ 20 (normally $ 39), 50% of the profits will be donated to the parents’ association or the parent association.

Registration for the one-hour introductory courses in Computer Science Education Week continues until December 12. Parents can choose from a variety of course times and dates, but places are limited. You can find more information about the introductory courses at

To help fill the void in computer science education, CodeWizardsHQ is also expanding its coding curriculum, starting enrollment in a brand new Python language track for high school students.

Python is one of the most popular languages ​​for professional developers, so this program will give students valuable skills that they can use now and in the future. This new program focuses exclusively on learning Python, with students gaining advanced knowledge of programming with Python by creating interactive projects and applications. Visit
CodeWizardsHQ online to learn more about the Python Language Track.

About the Author

Kristal Kuykendall is editor-in-chief of 1105 Media Education Group. She can be reached at [email protected].


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