Dodgen STEAM - TYLA Fall 2019 Registration Form
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Time: 7.45 to 8.45am
Location: Dodgen Middle School
Grades: 6-8
Dates: Fall, 2019 (10 classes)
Max Class Size: 30 Fee: $225
Registration Deadline: August 19th or when max limit is reached
Payment: Full Payment Check is Due on first day of the class. Check Payable to 'TYLA'
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Day: Tuesday Instructors: Danny Miller and Jacob Arington
Course Title: Python and Java Script Coding
Course Start Date: August 20th

Course Description:

Python/Java Scripting is general-purpose, versatile and modern programming language. It's great as a first language because it is concise and easy to read. Use it for everything from web development to software development and scientific applications.
Students will begin their session by an overview of the Python and Code Academy environment with an introduction to the coursework and expectations. They will learn how to navigate within the development environment and get a brief history of programming. They will learn about the relationship between the methods, functions and timing of CPU cycles in relation to frame rates in the development of software. We will transition into an understanding of the basic life cycle of a software development and how it relates to mathematics and programming. If your student has experience with Python our coaches will give advanced projects to him/her in Python/Java Scripting.

Program Director: Shane Pettit
Bio: http://www.tylacademy.org/index.php/programming
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Day: Friday Instructors: Chris Pozzi
Course Title: STEAM Debate Club
Course Start Date: August 23rd

Course Description:
Students will be introduced to and learn the concepts, ideas, and strategies surrounding academic debate using STEAM topics. Our facilitators will teach the key principles of the debate process, which include research and note taking, critical thinking, public speaking, constructing rebuttals, and creating impact assessments. Students will also compete in mock debates and receive constructive feedback. If your student has experience with Debate our coaches will give advanced advanced work and register provide opportunities for competitive debate.

Program Director: Chris Pozzi
Bio: http://www.tylacademy.org/index.php/debate

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