Summer Online Seminar – Learning Geometry Concepts with Python Programming

Our Program teaches many kids to learn the basic concepts of geometry and how to draw some geometric shapes by using python programming. It is a great way to let students experience how fun geometry and python coding are. We hope that everyone has fun and gets to learn new coding tricks.

Hosts: Albert and Ellen

Time: August 16 – August 20 10:00am -11:00am

Age: Recommended for students in grades 4-6

Cost: Free

This class has limited number of seats. Please make sure you can attend before signing up. If for any reason you couldn’t attend after signing up, please let the host know so they can take someone on from the waiting list. Thank you for your support for our young hosts!

Registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdKtihe1YKw8zDMfhpXqD7brc79OVyvZt8K61h28n1stK3O1g/viewform

We will contact you through email with the Zoom meeting link.

Albert Lu Is a 12-year-old 6th grader going into 7th grade at Tyee Middle School. He has been in an FLL Robotics competition. Albert has attended a few python and coding clubs at Tyee and out of Tyee. He teaches others python for fun and for experience.
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Ellen Lu is also a 12-year-old 6th grader that is going into 7th grade at Tyee Middle School. She attended FLL robotics competition with Albert as a team. Ellen also participated in Tyee’s Python Club year long. She enjoys teaching python/coding to other people for fun as well.
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Please email us if you have any questions.