Coding Courses are back this Year End School Holidays!

29 Oct

Let’s Learn to Code!

8 to 11 December and

15 to 18 December 2020

Back again in Math Arena, we are running coding courses for students age 8 and above with experienced trainers!

Click here for our 2020 Year End Holiday Program Schedule!

Why Should I Join?

  • Easy to Learn

  • Enhance Creativity

  • Transferable Problem Solving Skills

  • Equipment and Notes provided

Compulsory Coding Enrichment School Classes in AY2020

These coding courses are available for a limited period of time only, so do take some time off this school holidays to enrich yourselves and join us on the learning journey!

Let’s Start from SCRATCH (Recommended for Ages 8 to 11) – Scratch is a visual coding software that enables users to utilize media to construct and customize activities, animations, games and many more.

Learn skills such as Creative Thinking, Effective Communication, Systematic Analysis and Design Thinking. Click on the PDF link to find out more! <pdf>Sc100 Let’s Start from Scratch (FAQs included)

Machine Learning for Kids (Recommended for Ages 11 and above) – Machine Learning involves a set of methods that allows computers to take charge of decisions without guidance. This course introduces basic concepts in Machine Learning using ScratchX and Python.

Use Machine Learning in open-ended projects to your advantage. Teachers can also craft learning content for coding lessons. Click on the PDF link to find out more! <pdf>ML100 Machine Learning for Kids (FAQs included)

Everyone can Code with Python (Recommended for Ages 11 and above) – Python has always been one of the most popular coding languages to date and is popular among beginners due to its comprehensive structure of statements in a programming language.

Pick up useful your problem solving skills and concepts in coding. Click on the PDF link to find out more! <pdf>Py100 Everyone can Code with Python (FAQs included)

Computational Thinking with Python (for ages 11 and above) – This is an advanced course for pupils who have completed the basic Python Py100 course. Designed with challenge-based activities, this course is suitable for beginner programmers who want to improve their coding skills and enhance creativity in problem solving.

Click on the PDF link to find out more! <pdf>Py200 Computational Thinking with Python (FAQs included)

Got more questions about the coding courses? Feel free to send us a WhatsApp text (8121 6628) or email us to admin@matharena.com.sg and we will get back to you ASAP 🙂

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