Kids speak technology
Sourcery Academy for Kids is the first and only free-to-attend academy in Lithuania that teaches kids age 7 to 12 about creative technologies so they can explore the world of programming. Long term initiative seeks to make computer literacy available to all children, especially in remote areas and to children experiencing social exclusion. For the entire academic year, the children will study key aspects of programming, from logical concepts and functions, through to variables, sequences, coordinates, and movement. And just as importantly, they will learn how to apply them in practical projects.
small groups (7 – 9 kids)
1.5 hour long lessons each Saturday (33 Saturdays in total per year); or 1.5 hours long lesson each Saturday working in a team of two mentors (in this case - 16-17 Saturdays in total per year).
you'll be a part of growing community of mentors.
2-3 hours for preparation; the provided content is ready to use.