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Summer Classes 2020

Summer Classes 2020 -- Starts June 1!

Classes are 5 days, Monday–Friday.  New classes start every Monday. In-person at Shirokanedai and Online. 

Please send questions to info@codinglab.jp. Or join a  free coding trial: Coding Trial

Age 4-6

10:15 – 11:15

New students start here.

11:30 – 12:30

After the Beginner class, students take Intermediate level classes.  

 

13:00 – 14:00

Intermediate class with a theme.  Lego Robotics, Science, Biology.

Age 7 - 9

10:00 – 12:00

New studetns start here.

Take after Beginner 1.

  • A.I. Machine Learning
  • Game Design

Take after Beginner 2 or by approval. 

12:10 – 14:10

  • micro:bits
  • Minecraft
  • Physics
  • LEGO Robot / mBots

Take after Beginner 2 or by approval. 

14:20 – 16:20

  • micro:bits
  • Minecraft
  • Physics
  • LEGO Robot / mBots

Take after Beginner 2 or by approval. 

Age 10 - 12

10:00 – 12:00

New students start here. Ages 10-12 will complete Beginner 1 & 2.

  • A.I. Machine Learning
  • Game Design

Take after Beginner 2 or by approval. 

12:10 – 14:10

Kids learn coding fundamentals in a popular text-based language. 

Take after Python Junior 1. 

Python

Kids expand their python skills creating programs such Chatbots, Games, and  Data Visualization.  

Take after Python Junior 2.

Students practice their Python skills by solving coding problems appropriate for their level.  

Take after Python Junior 2.

14:20 – 16:20

Kids learn how to plan their mobile app, design, code, test it, and more. 

Take after App Inventor 1.

App Inventor

Create real-world Apps spanning a vast variety of domains from healthcare to entertainment. 

Take after App Inventor 2.

Age 13 - 18

10:00 – 12:00

Students learn coding and computer science fundamentals in a popular text-based programming language.

New students start here. 

Take after Python 101.

Take after Python 102.

12:10 – 14:10

Students practice their Python skills by solving coding problems appropriate for their level.  

Take during or after Python 101, 102, or 103.

14:20 – 16:20

  • A.I. & Machine Learning
  • Game Design
  • Data Analytics
  • Algorithms

Take after Python103.

Weekday Online Classes May

Traditional 5-day Classes (Mon--Fri)

Classes for new/beginner level and intermediate level

Coding Club (1-day or 5-day)

Intermediate level coding classes that students can  join at any time. You can purchase 1-day tickets or 5-days.

Each class, students work on a new STEM Based project such as Physics, A.I., Game Design, Web Services, Machine Learning, and more.

5/4 – 5/8 9:00 – 11:00 5/11 – 5/15 14:00 – 16:00 5/18 – 5/22 9:00 – 11:00 5/22 – 5/25 14:00 – 16:00

Each class students work on increasingly challenging coding problems at their own pace.  Teachers are present to help them if they get stuck or need to review a concept.

5/4 – 5/8 14:00 – 16:00 5/11 – 5/15 9:00 – 11:00 5/18 – 5/22 14:00 – 16:00 5/22 – 5/25 9:00 – 11:00

Weekday class schedule May

Week of5/4 - 5/85/11 - 5/155/18 - 5/225/25 - 5/29
9:00--11:00
1 - 5 days classes
Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18
11:15--13:15

5 days class



For Age 7-9 and 10-12
Scratch Beginner 1    Scratch Beginner 2    STEM Scratch

For Age 10-12 and 13-18
Python 101    Python 102    Python with AI and Machine Learning
14:00--16:00
1 - 5 days classes
Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12
16:30--18:00
After school class
once a week
Age 7-9    Age 10-12    Age 13-17

Monthly After school schedule. see https://codinglab.jp/monthly-class-schedule/

Young Coder Global Hackathon 2020

Top 5 Finalists

Young Coders Global Hackathon 2020

Junior Category (Ages 7-12)

2 May 2020 | 10am - 12:30pm

Senior Category (Ages 13-18)

2 May 2020 | 3 - 5pm

Semi Finalist

Junior Category (Ages 7-12)

25 APR 2020 | 9 - 10am

Senior Category (Ages 13-18)

25 APR 2020 | 1 - 2pm

Scratch Challenge #02

Challenge #02

Challenge List (do as many as you can) Points
Add an Earth in the center of the screen and make it small. 5
Add the space ship and point towards the Earth. 5
Move the space ship towards the earth and stop when it hits it. 5
Make the Earth bigger and bigger until the space ship hits it. 5
Make the Spaceship smaller and smaller. 5
When the ship hits the Earth say, “I’m home!” 5
Make Ripley appear. 5
Make Ripley glide to the center of the Earth. 5
Make Ripley smaller and smaller. 5
Get Creative and Dazzle Us! 1-50

Student Showcase


Previous Challenges

Scratch Week #1

Coding Lab Challenges

Weekday Online Classes April

Traditional 5-day Classes (Monday--Friday)

Classes for new/beginner level and intermediate level

Coding Club (1-day or 5-day)

Intermediate level coding classes that students can  join at any time. You can purchase 1-day tickets or 5-days.

Each class, students work on a new STEM Based project such as Physics, A.I., Game Design, Web Services, Machine Learning, and more.
4/13 – 4/17 14:00 – 16:00 4/20 – 4/24 9:00 – 11:00 4/27 – 5/1 14:00 – 16:00 5/4 – 5/8 9:00 – 11:00
Each class students work on increasingly challenging coding problems at their own pace.  Teachers are present to help them if they get stuck or need to review a concept.
4/13 – 4/17 9:00 – 11:00 4/20 – 4/24 14:00 – 16:00 4/27 – 5/1 9:00 – 11:00  5/4 – 5/8 14:00 – 16:00

Weekday class schedule April

Week of4/13 - 4/174/20 - 4/244/27 - 5/15/4 - 5/8
9:00--11:00
1 - 5 days classes
Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12
11:15--13:15

5 days class



For Age 7-9 and 10-12
Scratch Beginner 1    STEM Scratch

For Age 10-12 and 13-18
Python 101    Python with AI and Machine Learning
14:00--16:00
1 - 5 days classes
Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18Coding Club for Age 7-12Python Perfect for age 10-18
16:30--18:00
After school class
once a week
Age 7-9    Age 10-12    Age 13-17

Monthly After school schedule. see https://codinglab.jp/monthly-class-schedule/

Python Challenge #01

Challenge #01

  • Read challenges below
  • Code!
  • Submit Using One of these Options:
    • send a zip of the .py file to challenge@codinglab.jp
      Windows
      — right-click on the .py file
      — choose send-to->compressed file.
      Mac
      — right-click or ctrl-click the .py file
      — select compress file.
      NOTE: the email was incorrect before. If you emailed a submission to the wrong address, please email again to the new address.
    • share a repl.it project to @CodingLabJapan
    • github (coming soon)
Challenge Points
1 — Sum the numbers from One to a Million
— Print the total
5
2 — Sum the even numbers from One to a Million
— Print the total
5
3 — Sum the multiples of 3 from One to a Million
For example, multiples of 3 are: 3, 6, 9, 12, …
— Print the total
4 — Sum the multiples of 3, 5, 7 from One to a Million
— Print the total
5
5 — Sum all the prefect squares less than or equal to one million.
For example, perfect square of 1 is 1, 2 is 4, 3 is 9, etc
— Print the result.
5
1) Create a math game! 1-25

Coding Lab Challenges

Coding Challenges 2020

2020

Previous Challenges

Leader Board (coming soon)

Scratch Challenge #01

Challenge #01

Challenge List (do as many as you can) Points
Make the balloon fill up with air 5
Make the balloon and ballerina both float up 5
Have ballerina say “Whee” when floating up 5
Change ballerina’s costume 5
Make the bird fly across the screen 5
Make the bird sing 5
Flap the bird’s wings 5
If the bird touches the balloon, pop it 5
If the bird touches the balloon, have ballerina float to the ground. 5
Give the ballerina wings when she floats down 5
Have ballerina land softly. 5
Have ballerina say “Yeah” after she lands 5
Make the ballerina repeat it forever 5
Get Creative and Dazzle Us! 1-50

Student Showcase


Coding Lab Challenges

Scratch Jr Challenge #01

Challenge #01

  • Watch the challenge video with your child
  • Read Challenges below
  • Try to code it!
  • Have fun!
  • Send Scratch Jr. project to challenge@codinglab.jp
    Don’t forgot to include your child’s name in the email.
ChallengePoints
Add your favorite sprite (character)5
Make the sprite hide5
Make the sprite show5
Make the sprite say “Boo” after it shows5
Make the sprite hide and show 5 times5
At the end, make the sprite say “Yeah!” 5
Change the background 5
Get Creative! Code your own ideas!1-25

Coding Lab Challenges

Weekday Coding Class & Study/Coding Time

Weekday Coding Class & Study/Coding Time

In March, Coding Lab Japan has coding classes Monday–Friday and an optional homework/independent coding time in the afternoon.

Schedule (March 9–March 13 & March 16–March 20)

9:00–10:00: Doors Open
Students are welcome to arrive any time after 9:00am and wait for their class to start.

10:00–12:00: Coding Classes

  • Scratch Beginner 1 — New Students
  • Coding Club Scratch (ages 7-9 & 10-12): Intermediate Level
  • Python Perfect and Independent Projects (ages 10-12 & 13-17)

12:00–13:00 Lunch Break
All students are welcome to being their own food and eat at Coding Lab

13:00–16:00: Homework/Independent Coding Lab–only available to students who are taking the 10:00am–12:00pm coding class.

  • Teachers will be present to supervise but they will not be teaching a project.
  • Students can work on their school homework.
  • Students can work on coding projects.
  • Students have access to robots (mbot and Codey Rocky) and devices (microbit, makey makey, etc) .
  • Teachers will be available, on a limited basis, to help students with homework questions and coding questions.
  • Short breaks each hour

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