Hour of Code

National Computer Science Education Week takes place December 8-14 and focuses on introducing students to computer programming and promoting computer science careers. Hour of Code is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour. Computer science is the art of blending human ideas and digital tools to increase our power. Computer scientists build things like cell phones, microwaves, computers and traffic lights. They work id different areas like making apps for phones, creating animated movies, developing video games, building robots, working on social media and so much more.

As a part of the Hour of Code celebration, Latinitas hosted computer science activities during our after-school programs. Our Latinitas were able to designing apps, learn about HTML, design their own webpage, learn computer programming and create video games. IMG_0433

“What I liked most of this activity was that we were able to write and post it on our website. What I learned from this activity is the different ways to write in bold and underline using html.” – Delaney

“What I liked about this activity is that we got to type on the computer and created different symbols. I learned that different symbols can be used differently “B” to bold “U” underline.” -Chantal

“What I liked most about this activity is typing what I want to be when I grow up.” -Laysha

“I learned from this activity that symbols can mean new words. What I liked most of this activity is that we got to talk about ourselves.”-Shakti

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