Algorithms in C/C++ - B to II (Online)

  • Computer programming
Zoom
Sep 17 2021
Dec 11 2021

Schedules

(II): Th 4:30 to 6:30 (09/17/2021-12/10/2021)

<Fall>
$660.00
  • Sun 
  • Mon 
  • Tue 
  • Wed 
  • Thu4:30 - 6:30 pm
  • Fri 
  • Sat 

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 06/04/2021 and ends on 10/15/2021

Restrictions

Participants must currently be in grades 8 to 12.

(I): Sat 1 to 3 (09/18/2021-12/11/2021)

<Fall>
$630.00
  • Sun 
  • Mon 
  • Tue 
  • Wed 
  • Thu 
  • Fri 
  • Sat1:00 - 3:00 pm

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 06/04/2021 and ends on 10/15/2021

Restrictions

Participants must currently be in grades 8 to 12.

(II): Sat 1 to 3 (09/18/2021-12/11/2021)

<Fall>
$660.00
  • Sun 
  • Mon 
  • Tue 
  • Wed 
  • Thu 
  • Fri 
  • Sat12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 06/04/2021 and ends on 10/15/2021

Restrictions

Participants must currently be in grades 8 to 12.

(B): Sat 1 to 3 (09/18/2021-12/11/2021)

<Fall>
$630.00
  • Sun 
  • Mon 
  • Tue 
  • Wed 
  • Thu 
  • Fri 
  • Sat1:00 - 3:00 pm

Registration period

Registration for this schedule starts on 06/04/2021 and ends on 10/15/2021

Restrictions

Participants must currently be in grades 8 to 12.

Location online

Zoom

Description

 Duration:

 Students will progressively advance their programming skill at their own pace.  Levels from B to V.  Please view the syllabus for details.arduinoBundleKit

Track:

Computer Science and Engineering - Grade 8-12

Learning Tool:

 Will  need to purchase a book, and download programming software  (free).  Please visit here for details.   

Prerequisites:

  • MUST possess High proficiency in Algebra I.  If participant  currently is not a SR student, please send us a school transcript or any document which proves participant has met this requirement.
  • MUST love analysis. There will be a lot of analytical work, not just programming syntax.
  • MUST love mind challenge.

NOTE: While this workshop will not use the robot itself, knowledge learned from this workshop is indispensable to write robust robotics programs.