Coding vs. COVID-19 Level A: QR Codes and Going Viral
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Coding vs. COVID-19 Level A: QR Codes and Going Viral

Beginner Coding
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Last updated 4/2020
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What you'll learn
  • Coding
  • Current Events
Requirements
  • Have an internet connection
  • Have a keyboard to type code with
Description

Learn how to code while learning about current events! We will be teaching about COVID-19 throughout this course in order to empower students to make a positive difference. This course in particular revolves around how to use and create QR codes and what happens when you go viral/how can you make an impact by going viral! Students will learn through different programming language environments with our expert coding coaches!

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner Coders
Course content
Expand all 10 lectures 02:43:57
+ Episode 16
2 lectures 21:03
Getting ready to record your video.
Preparing the Video
4 questions
Record your pet, a toy, or an object.
Make a Video
1 question
Record your video and add some commentary
Respond to Your Video
1 question
Find all the bugs!
Become a Bug Hunter
2 questions
+ Episode 17
2 lectures 26:00
Video Response 1
14:09
Create a QR code for both your videos.
QR Codes and short URLs
3 questions
Before you become fluent in other languages you need to learn the basics.
Other Languages
3 questions
Video Response 2
11:51
From all the languages you research select one that you liked the best.
Pick a language
3 questions
We will code "backwards" trying to use the Test Driven Development technique.
Coding Exercise: Coding Backwards
4 questions
+ Episode 18
2 lectures 25:22
Video Response 1
11:50
How do you do it?
Connecting with People
5 questions
Record another video showing your quarters (room or lodging).
Quarantine Quarters
3 questions
Video Response 2
13:32
In a previous section, you learned how to create and upload videos. Now, we need them to go viral!
Going Viral
2 questions
Let's draw a cat's head including, eyes, nose, mouth, ears, and whiskers.
Coding Exercise: A Cat's Head
6 questions
+ Episode 19
2 lectures 25:38
Video Response 1
14:13
How closely were you to technology when you were growing up?
Digital Native
6 questions
Video Response 2
11:25
Can you figure out this puzzle?
Family Tree Puzzle
1 question
Use scheme to draw the family tree.
Code the Family Tree
3 questions
+ Episode 20
2 lectures 30:28
Video Response 1
15:55
What is better? In what scenarios?
Fast vs Slow Drawing
1 question
What things need more time than others?
Scheduling Time
5 questions
Video Response 2
14:33
How will time affect your final drawing?
Fast vs Slow Coding
3 questions