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Mad Science - MISSION CODE Programming Classes $99/8wks
Mad Science of the Triangle is offering MISSION:CODE a weekly programming class for students in the 2nd-5th grade. Students learn the basics of programming including variables, loops, and algorithms through a combination of unplugged and online activities. THIS IS NOT SCRATCH OR MINECRAFT. MISSION:CODE is based on a programming curriculum developed in the Netherlands. It has been used worldwide to teach more than 130,000 children coding fundamentals. In MISSION:CODE, students write commands to move their robot through a grid and complete tasks. The solution is evaluated and feedback is given based on how efficient the code is. A progress tool shows how well students have mastered the programming concepts in the game and the lessons can be adjusted accordingly. Students have at-home access to the class content and game for 1 year so that they can continue to play and practice the coding skills they have learned. Details When: Mondays 5-6pm, April 16 through June 11 Where: Mad Science, 1019 Passport Way, Cary, NC 27513 Cost: $99 (includes 8 classes, 1-year subscription to the MISSION:CODE site) Requirements This is a Bring Your Own Device program. Mad Science is not able to provide computers or tablets. Mission: Code runs on PC, most Apple devices, Chromebook, and most tablets running the most current versions of Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer 11+. Registration For registration information, visit the Mad Science of the Triangle web site at Details Date: April 16 Cost: $99 Event Category: Education Event Tags: 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, coding, Education, Mad Science of the Triangle, programming Website:

1019 Passport Way

1019 Passport Way · Cary, NC

What we're about

ISSA is a not-for-profit, international professional organization of information security professionals and practitioners. Think of it as the Chamber of Commerce but for IT with a focus on Security. We hold monthly meetings where we learn about topics within the industry, CISSP holders gain CEU's toward recertification. We offer career services, classes, discounts on industry related items, such as education. Our goal is to promote and grow security. If you are interested in conversing with people who understand technology, advance your future career or just learn something new, this is the place for you.

Who should join: People Involved in Technology, Security, Managers, Students, People interested in learning about InfoSec or any aspect of computer security

Why should members join: Networking, Challenge your skills, Learn, Discounts, Promotions, Fun

What can members expect out of the group: Our normal activities are a monthly meeting consisting of classes, career services, networking and great food, beer and wine. Our members express desires to learn and participate in various activities; we try our best to accommodate these requests. We are always accepting ideas for new events. Email with any suggestions

Is there an age limit since we serve beer and wine at our meetings: No, we encourage people of all ages to attend. If you plan on drinking a glass or two, bring a valid form of ID to verify you are over 21.

Are there Volunteer Opportunities? We offer volunteer opportunities both within our organization and groups we partner with such as; and Tween and Teens Technology Camp.

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