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Weekly Core Program
Junior Creator

 

Learning about the changes that coding is bringing to the world and how to leverage coding to create something useful.

Key Information:

  • For ages 8-9 (Suitable for kids who do not have a programming foundation).

  • 12 lessons (Weekly classes).

  • No prerequisite is required.

New Intake:

  • Nov 2021

    • 20th November 2021 (Orientation) 

    • Every Saturday 10AM - 12PM

  • Jan 2022

    • 9th January 2022 (Orientation)

    • Every Sunday 5PM - 7PM

About this Program

In the Junior Creator Program, the students will be able to gain exposure and awareness of the coding world in a fun learning environment. They will learn about the changes that coding is bringing to the world and how to leverage coding to create something useful. Furthermore, the students will learn some basic knowledge to build up their computer literacy and typing skills.

 

Children's imagination and creativity are limitless. Hence, the main focus of the Junior Creator Program is to enable the students to explore coding by creating some fun and interactive projects on their own. At the end of the program, the students are able to unleash and express their creativity to code their own projects by utilizing block-based programming tools.

Course Structure

  • Duration: 12 lessons
  • Hours per lesson: 2 hours
  • Teacher-students ratio: 1 Teacher - 10 Students (Maximum)
  • Suggested age: 8 to 9 years old
  • Prerequisite: None
     
This program is specially designed for kids who do not have a programming foundation.

You will be able to

  • Gain some basic knowledge to build up their computer literacy and typing skills.

  • Learn the knowledge that enables them to create contents for their projects.

  • Learn how to create projects by manipulating the actors and backgrounds, as well as adding special effects or sounds. 

  • Learn how to use block-based programming tools to create projects that are creative and interactive with the users.

Program Syllabus

Chapters

  • Chapter 1: Computer Hardware and Software

  • Chapter 2: Typing and Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Chapter 3: Internet, Privacy, and Security
     

Guidelines

  • Guideline 1: Outline a project flow

  • Guideline 2: Create and customize actors

  • Guideline 3: Add and switch backgrounds

  • Guideline 4: Add and play sounds

  • Guideline 5: Say or think something

  • Guideline 6: Move actors with a mouse

  • Guideline 7: Draw, erase, and change the paint color

  • Guideline 8: Interact with users

  • Guideline 9: Make the actor walks on its own

  • Guideline 10: Hide and show actors

  • Guideline 11: Ask questions and check answers

  • Guideline 12: Move actors with different keys

  • Guideline 13: Make users manipulate the actors

  • Guideline 14: Add special effects to the actors

​* The guidelines above will be integrated into the coding platform.
 

Young kids learn coding

Projects that you will build

About Me

The students will create a project about themselves. They will learn how to customize actors, make actors say and think something, record their own sounds, add other sounds, and switch backgrounds. Before starting to design and code their project, they will also learn to plan this project by outlining the introduction, content, and ending.

Street Art

The students will create an interactive street art project. They will learn how to move actors with a mouse and use stamps. They will also have the opportunity to create more cool art effects in their projects by enabling the user to change the paint color by pressing some keys.

Moreover, they will also get to create several new backgrounds and change the background using keypress events, as well as tell users how to change the background by adding a talking actor.

Students can also use their creativity to make the project more interesting and interactive, like creating an erase button to clear the street art drawing, programming the user to draw within a time frame, and adding a pen option to draw besides only using stamps. 
 

There are a lot more fun projects like animation, quiz, storytelling, games, music, art, etc you going to explore. 

Sharing from our students.
Grab the opportunity and start coding at young!

He proposed an app “A Bowl of Rice” to solve the problem of World Hunger during the Prototype Presentation in Program B: Mobile Apps Development.

 

"I just want to thanks all the wonderful teachers in Telebort who helped me to overcome my challenges when I first started to learn coding. Moreover, I felt grateful that my parents sent me to Telebort which is a nice place to learn coding. 
 

Joseph Leong Yen Joe, 14 years old

Penang, Malaysia

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