Our Sessions will focus on the coding requirements set-out in the Ontario Curriculum. To view these requirements click HERE.
- Each session will be 60 minutes in length and will come with worksheets that the students can use to plan and organize their work.
- A progress report will be issued to parents after class 6 and upon completion using a rubric similar to what teachers use to grade students.
- Students will also receive a 3D printed backpack tag recognizing them for completion of the course (local pick-up only, shipping $5 + HST)
Sessions will start in January, run 10 weeks, and are organized by grade, as follows:
- Virtual ($250)
- School Curriculum Coding Fundamentals, Grades 3 & 4: Mondays from 5-6 pm, Jan 4th – Mar 22. There is still time to join. Contact us and we will prorate.
- School Curriculum Coding Fundamentals, Grades 2: Thursdays from 5-6 pm, Jan 14th – Mar 25th
In-Person ($300) – PAUSED Until Lock-Down Removed.
- School Curriculum Coding Fundamentals, Grades 2, 3 & 4: Sundays from 10 – 11 am, Feb 7-Apr 25 (4 spots)
- School Curriculum Coding Fundamentals, Grades 5 & 6: Sundays from 11 – 12 noon, Feb 7 – Apr 25 (4 spots)
We are going to use Scratch which is the best program to help students learn the specific requirements outlined in the Ontario Math Curriculum.
Registration & Fees
VIRTUAL Tuition Fees are $250 + HST.
- Register before Saturday, January 2nd and pay $220 + HST (SAVE $30). Use CANCODE in the checkout
- Registration after January 2nd is $250 + HST
- Payment in 2-installments of $125+HST is also available ($250+ HST total). NOTE: the discount does not apply to installments.
- We have LIMITED SPACE in each session so register early.
- Registration is first come, first serve and getting the invite does not confirm your spot. Registration will.
IN-PERSON Tuition Fees are $300 + HST.
- Registration will commence once we are allowed to re-open.
- Ontario parents will get another $200 per child, the government announced on Nov 5, 2020 (HERE)
- Apply for the funding HERE, the deadline is Jan 15, 2021
- Ontario Coding Expectations click HERE
- Q: My child already knows Scratch, why should they take the class? A: While your child may have taken a Scratch class before, their classroom teacher is going to grade them on how well they understand and incorporate key concepts (sequences, concurrent events, repeating events, nested loops, conditional statements, etc.) into their projects. Our sessions will be focused on helping students understand and apply the concepts in their code.
- Q: Will you be holding additional classes? A: We may offer additional classes later in the spring if parents request them.
- Q: Can I forward this email to a friend and will they get the discount? A: Yes, you may invite a friend to get the special discount. If they join, you get a referral credit of 10% of their first purchase.
- Q: My child is in Grade 7 or 8, will you be holding classes for these grades? A: we may if parents request. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
- Q: My child attended one of your previous coding classes, how is this different? A: This session is focused on helping kids learn the specific coding requirements outlined in the Ontario Math Curriculum. Progress reports and worksheets will be provided for this program.
- Q: What is a rubric. A: A rubric is a framework that lays out the learning expectations and is used to assess students performance against these expectations. Our rubric is aligned to the Ontario coding requirements by grade.
- Q: My child prefers in-person classes. Will you be offering in-person classes at your Studio? A: Yes, in-person classes are available and start Sunday, February 7th. Two time slots are available (10 – 11 am, and 11 am – 12 noon). The student to instructor ratio is 4:1. Only 4 spots per timeslot are available. Fee is $30/class or $300+HST. The $30 early registration discount applies. Split billing is also available.