In the Exploring Exoplanets with Python, attendees assume the role of a Junior Researcher studying exobiology. They have the opportunity to interact with data sets focused on three key aspects of planetary habitability: temperature, crustal composition, and atmospheric pressure. Learners will explore these sets via Amazon SageMaker Studio notebooks to run and edit sample code written in Python. Hands-on simulations and lab experiences help students connect their learning with real-world applications to show how programming, statistics, and data presentation can help automate tasks in data science, while allowing unique insights into large data sets.
This computer drive is organized by the STEM group in Little Masters Club and First Lego League team Marshmallow Pandas. You can donate used computers to help kids in need. Especially in this remote learning situation, many children cannot attend online school because they don’t have a device. That is why Bridging Tech collects used computers, fix them and clean out their data, and send them to children.
Developed by MIT Media Lab, Scratch is the programming language most suitable for kids to learn computer programming skills. This event is organized by Little Master Club with First Lego League Team Marshmallow Pandas. The kids from Marshmallow Pandas will explain the basics of Scratch, then use fun projects to teach students to using dialogue, music and cartoons. As students design Scratch projects, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. It is also good opportunities for kids to socialize during Covid pandemic.
This Python Introduction Class is organized by Little Master Club with First Lego League Team Marshmallow Pandas. The kids from this Robotics team will teach the basics of Python, as well as fun projects such as drawing graphics and a text-based Turkey game. The class helps students by increasing their interest in computer programming. It is also good opportunities for kids to socialize during Covid pandemic.