By teaching children to code, develop their own video games, or design their own graphics, we teach the next generation to be more than just consumers and recipients. We teach them to shape the future as creators and innovators. I love preparing our future tech leaders, scientists, designers, architects, entrepreneurs, and developers. Instead of being passive users of media and technology, let’s challenge this generation to truly engage. They can shape the world they want to live in, not just the world that was handed to them.
Many of the children I teach in my computer coding classes are the same age that I was when I first started coding. Regardless of age, I aim to prepare my students for success and, hopefully, a future career in the STE(A)M field. That’s why I teach children to code. And that’s why I will continue to do so.
Benefits of Learning to Code:
- Critical thinking
- Career readiness
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Coding Camps for Children and Teens
I’ve taught coding camps for children aged 7 to 18 years throughout California, Kentucky, Indiana, and mentored similar camps in Ohio.
I wrote curriculum, facilitated, and launched Kentucky and Indiana’s first “girls only” coding camps, which sold out with a waitlist and received rave reviews.
Since 2016, three of my coding boot camps have been ranked top 10 in the nation – including 5th in the US for Parent Satisfaction and 7th in the US for Student Satisfaction out of 200 camps nationwide.
I’ve Worked With:
It’s been my honor to offer STEM classes for children through the following organizations and educational institutions: