This course is a 2-week course with 10 1-hour classes.
About this course:
This course provides an interactive way to learn the basics of python. With projects every day, the students can practice the skills they learned in class. After attending this course, you will be able to apply the programming concepts and combine them in unique ways to create your very own applications such as training an AI or creating a game. Join the programming revolution and create the future alongside your peers. Learning python will be your first step to the broader technical future.
You’ll learn to represent and store data using Python data types and variables, and use conditionals and loops to control the flow of your programs. You’ll harness the power of complex data structures like lists, sets, dictionaries, and tuples to store collections of related data. You’ll define and document your own custom functions, write scripts, and handle errors. Lastly, you’ll learn to find and use modules in the Python Standard Library and other third-party libraries.
About the teacher:
My name is Sam Gan and I am an 11th grader attending Newport High School. I have many years of teaching experience including teaching this course, volunteering at Little Masters Club, and tutoring in math.
I am a competitive programmer who is ranked in the top 400 high school programmers as I am in the USACO platinum division.
I have used python to create games and programs. I also used python to create a program to predict whether or not one has diabetes using medical data with over 90% accuracy.
I have taught python for over two years, and gotten great feedback from students and parents.
Since we are meeting using Zoom, make sure that the computer is fully charged before class.
Date: 7/5 – 7/16 no meetings on weekends
Time: 1:00 – 2:00
Pay via Zelle to [email protected]
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