Cub Scouts Can Code is a Nova Award that offers Wolves, Bears, Webelos and AOLs recognition for exploring how people instruct computers.
Specifically, the module entails learning about algorithms or conditionals, and the meat of it – which is to actually become a programmer!
Join the class on March 26! The Coding Space is hosting a class for youth in grades 3-5 to earn their Cub Scouts Can Code Nova Award while gaining guided experience coding.The Coding Space holds a 5:1 student: instructor ratio, and will guide all in at least one hour creating instructions for a computer to execute, then testing and debugging them.
All participants will receive a NCAC STEM patch mailed to them, and provided they complete the requirements, will also receive a digital Nova Award Certificate.
To sign up for the class: https://scoutingevent.com/082-56366-146633
In recognition for completing his/her Nova Award, a Cub Scout would earn a Nova patch. Then for each subsequent Nova Awards, Cubs earn a pi device.
To read more about the Cub Scout Nova Awards, please see here: www.ncacbsa.org/stem
Who is The Coding Space?
The Coding Space is an enrichment program where students learn to tackle challenges independently through learning to code. In our classrooms, students learn entirely through creating projects, allowing them to work on their critical thinking and problem solving skills while simultaneously picking up the hard skills of coding. By challenging students at their individual level to create projects as unique as they are, we underscore the power of personalized learning. And with our small student-to-teacher ratio and Socratic-based teaching methods, students get the guidance they need to keep moving forward while developing their inner critical voice.