by Claire, Anderson-Foothill Branch
UPDATE: Spots for these workshops are now full
Teens can learn coding and robotics basics with these two free sets of virtual classes, led by West High Teen Robotics teams.
"Team Red Rocks" will be teaching Python programming fundamentals of OOP CS using python, with research/ML-based applications as an extension!
Team Red Rocks will have a lesson on the third Saturday 2-3pm of each month from January- March.
January 15th - 1st Online Lesson: Python Programming 101
Learn the basics of the coding language Python. Python is used to build websites and software, automate tasks, and conduct data analysis.
February 19th - 2nd Online Lesson: Fundamentals of Python with data
Learn to input commands into Python as well as how to store data
March 19th - 3rd Online Lesson: Python Control Statements Arrays and Loops.
Learn how to store your data, and make loop commands.
“Team Overclocked” will be teaching 3D modeling.
Team Overclocked will have a lesson on the third Tuesdays 4-5pm of each month from January- March.
January 18th - 1st Online Lesson: Tinkercad
Learn to use the online coding site Tinkercad and learn how to model shapes
February 15th - 2nd Online Lesson: Onshape
Learn to Model 3D parts with extruding and Make 2D sketches come to life.
March 15th - 3rd Online Lesson: Onshape Drawings
Learn more techniques of making 3D objects come to life!
These workshops are for tweens and teens ages 11–17. For registration information and the class schedule, visit slcpl.org/events.
All lessons are taught by teens with the help of a Librarian!
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