Your Teens Future In Coding Start Right Here
This summer, your teen can prepare for a future in coding and experience the full thrill of startup culture—all within our prestigious startup setting. Whether they dream of becoming a software engineer or want to launch their own startups tomorrow, the future starts here
Why allow your child stay idle at home this summer break? They are not too young to #Reinvent themselves in today’s digital age. Enroll them today for the Summer Coding class and become a proud parent as they learn how to express their creativity through coding and programming.
In the programming world, portfolio is everything. At Summer of Code, your teen will own thousands of lines of original code, and create beautiful, functional projects all for FREE.
Monday – Friday (12:00 noon – 4:00 pm)
Who Should Attend?
Creative secondary school children, between the ages of 13 – 17 years who want to learn coding and programming.
Why should I take it?
At the end of this program, students should be able to present the projects they have built to parents, peers and other guests.
Students will learn how to build web pages
Getting to Know CSS and what it does
Students will learn which HTML elements are best used to display different types of content
They will learn how to add colors to text, change text sizes on web pages with HTML and CSS
They will understand why lists and links are popular online and how to implement them with HTML.
Students will learn how to add images, You-tube videos, MP3s, etc. to your web pages.
Also they will learn how to create login/registration, image upload, social media post, etc. forms as seen on Facebook and Google
They will have basic understanding of effects and animation
Building Your First Web Page: Build your first webpage using HTML and CSS. Also learn the structure, terminologies and differences of both languages.
Getting to Know HTML: Students learn which HTML elements are best used to display different types of content. Importance is also placed on how elements are visually displayed on a web page, as well as what different elements mean semantically.
Getting to Know CSS: CSS allows us to add layout and design to our pages, and it allows us to share those styles from element to element and page to page. Specifically, we’ll need to know how different types of selectors work and how the order of those selectors can affect how our styles are rendered. We’ll also want to understand a few common property values that continually appear within CSS, particularly those that deal with color and length.
Paragraphs, Typography and Text Formatting: Learn how to add colors to text, change text sizes plus also understand how to add and use headings on our web pages with HTML and CSS
Lists and Links: Lists are a part of everyday life. Recipes provide lists of ingredients and lists of instructions. A supermarket provides a list of items it sells. With a list for nearly everything, it’s easy to understand why they are also popular online and how to implement them with HTML.
Tables: HTML tables allow you to arrange data and information like text, images, links etc. into rows and columns of cells.
Adding Images, Audio and Videos: Learn how to add images, You-tube videos, MP3s, etc. to your web pages.
Setting Background colors and images: Backgrounds help create a site’s look and feel, and have a considerable influence on a website’s usability.
Forms: Learn how to create login/registration, image upload, social media post, etc. forms as seen on Facebook and Google
Effects and Animation