Help Dallas Students Discover Computer Science

 

As engineers and computer programmers ourselves, we understand how support from a mentor and hands-on experience can build confidence in computer science. In 2017, Bold Idea mentored 150 young students, who created their own websites, 3D games and mobile apps. 

Help us grow our impact in 2018. Please consider a contribution.

 

You're Invited:  Demo Day Spring 2018

 

Demo Day is our major bi-annual event for the ideaSpark program, serving Dallas and Collin County students ages 11-14. While gaining valuable public speaking experience, students have an opportunity to share their creative technology projects with family and the community. This year, ideaSpark students are learning 3D game development. 

 
 
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May 12, 2018
12pm - 3pm
Addison TreeHouse
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ideaspark: 6th – 10th grades

In the 14-week ideaSpark course, students will create 3D web games, while developing proficiency in Javascript, a widely used computer programming language. At the end of the semester, student teams will share their creative projects at a Demo Day event.

> Learn how ideaSpark changes students' lives

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Computer science for
3rd – 5th grades

Students will bring their imagination to life by coding their own creative projects, while learning the basics of computer science with their friends. Projects include animations, storytelling, the arts and game design.

> Learn more about 3rd - 5th grade with Bold Idea

 

Registration for the fall 2018 semester will be available in July.

 

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