We come to your school, provide all required equipment and tools, and teach the students how to have fun while learning about computers and electronics.
#1 Our goal is to help students learn something and accomplish something in a short period of time. We want make this learning fun and to engage students in wanting to learn more about computer science.
#2 We believe that children learn best by doing. So, all our activities are “hands on.”
# 3 The modules are typically done after school
# 4 Any one of the modules below can be done independently. Schools may choose any combination of modules (or only one).
Below are some of the activities we offer but can do other computer science related activities upon request.
Want more information about how we can help? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn both how to code and how to make some cool projects using Arduino
One of the easiest introductions to electronic circuits and computer programming is to use an open source product called Arduino. The Arduino Uno is a circuit board that connects to the computer using a USB cable. It can be programmed using the free Arduino software.
Simple electronic components (e.g., LED lights, resistors, and LCD display, and so on) can be connected to the Arduino Uno to make simple projects.
We contribute Arduino circuit boards and electronics component kits to schools and conduct fun workshops to teach students how to make simple projects by using these components and programming the Arduino.
For details of our Arduino program, see:
Learn how to make a ChatBot that uses Artificial Intelligence
Making a chatbot is an easy first step towards understanding how Artificial Intelligence works. In just two hours or less, students can learn to make a ChatBot that can interact with a visitor to a Facebook page, ask questions, answer questions, and so on.
Learn to make a website
We teach students how to make a full website in two hours or less by using free templates.
Learn how to create a fantastic Facebook page for free
Create a Facebook page for your club, school, or cause. Start collecting “fans” of your page and create a community of people who care.
Learn how to participate in a Science Fair
One of us (Rishi Mago) was one of the top 10 in North/South America at the Google International Science Fair. We talk to the students about why participating in a science fair is fun, where to get ideas for science fairs, how to apply the scientific method, how to make a poster, and so on.
How to be a power user of Google searches
We all use Google to find information but are often frustrated because we didn’t find exactly what we needed. That is because we don’t know the tips and tricks that power users do. In this workshop, we’ll teach you the insider secrets of searching Google.
We bring in invited speakers into your school or community to speak about careers in computer science and in linguistics.
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