Children are often naturally curious and in wonder about the world around them. Engaging them in basic computational thinking and problem-solving concepts gives them a great head start in their digital technologies education. To provide for those eager minds, we host students from the greater Launceston area for an after-school programme centred around these concepts. The interactive lessons allow children to learn by doing, through use of basic principles of programming, computational thinking and problem-solving This is an opportunity to enjoy and nurture a passion for Technology.
These sessions are delivered by the Senior Campus Head of ICT, Michelle Cooper.
TERM 4 SESSIONS
In Term 4, students will begin to explore Alice programming. Alice is a three-dimensional programming world that allows the development of problem-solving skills using both storytelling and game development in an engaging environment.
Students participating in the ICT Club can do either one or two sessions - each session is customised based on the participant's level of understanding
- Wednesday 17 October 2018 from 4.00pm;
- Wednesday 24 October 2018 from 4.00pm.
Please note that afternoon tea will be provided from 3.30pm
Launceston Church Grammar School
10 Lyttleton Street
EAST LAUNCESTON, TAS 7248
Mrs Brigid Rawlings
Director of Community Engagement
Phone: 6336 6016
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