Girls Who Code Ages 14-17 1F19
Explore computer coding in a fun, friendly environment. Learn about loops, variables, conditions, and functions that form the basis for all programming languages, whether to build a robot, a website or an app. Learn how to use computer science and digital art to impact your community, and join the Girls Who Code sisterhood of supportive peers and role models. The curriculum is geared towards girls, but all are welcome to attend. Limit 12 students
The fee will be refunded at the end of the session for those who complete attendance.
Taylor Dean is Assistant Program Coordinator for the Eliot School and Community Partnership Program, and has had the pleasure of helping to bring Eliot programming to many schools, libraries, and community centers in the Boston area. Currently, the the Partnership Program, she teaches after-school Visual Arts at Boston Teacher's Union School. She earned her Bachelors degree from Lesley University in Art Therapy with a minor in Fine Arts. As someone with a natural sense of curiosity, she has enjoyed experimenting with many mediums and methods, including bookbinding, fibers, ceramics, screen printing and jewelry. She has been influenced and supported by a long line of art educators and hopes to share the joy and empowerment of art-making with many.
Mixed media, Woodworking, Printmaking, Creative writing
Materials & Tools:
All materials provided in class