Coding for Champions with Pascal Siakam
After a successful launch in April 2021, Coding for Champions will see a 50% increase in capacity for its second cohort of the program consisting of 150 new students. Each student will receive a fully equipped laptop that they will get to keep upon completion of the program.
Breaking the digital divide
Access to technology and digital resources has become a vital aspect of modern life, but not everyone has equal access to these tools. The digital divide is the gap that exists between those who have access to technology and those who do not. The PS43 Foundation is committed to breaking this divide and ensuring that everyone has access to digital resources.
Through our various programs and initiatives, we work to provide access to technology and digital resources to underserved communities, including low-income families, rural communities, and individuals with disabilities. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to thrive in the digital age, and we are working hard to make that a reality.
Join us in our mission to break the digital divide and ensure that everyone has access to the tools they need to succeed in the modern world.
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In Week 1 of the curriculum, students will generate a one-page website using HTML and CSS.
Week 2 builds upon the previous week’s work.
Week 3 focuses on a more in-depth study of the structural components of HTML5 and a deeper understanding of CSS core concepts, such as syntax, rules, and layout.
During Week 4 of the curriculum, students will discover how user research and user personas fit into the design cycle. They will also construct operational prototypes utilizing the Marvel App.
Week 5 builds upon the previous week’s work.
In Week 6 of the curriculum, students will have the opportunity to showcase their work and collaborate with their peers and members from CLC during a presentation.
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“The more we look at the changes in the world, the root is always technology. I want to help young people see that they have a role to play in the advancement of technology no matter the barriers they face.”