PROGRAMMING

STEM is an acronym for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
“Software Developer, #1 in Best STEM Jobs” – U.S. News

PROGRAMMING

Skills & Stem Development

Computer Literacy
Programming Logic

Prototyping
Logical Thinking

Creativity
Design Techniques

Problem Solving
Software & Hardware Interface

At Mission Coders we offer a unique fundamental program that teach our students basic computer programming concepts, algorithms, loops, events, and etc. Students will collaborate as a team; investigate different problem-solving techniques; endure in the face of difficult tasks, and learn about digital citizenship. By using bright engaging visuals with click-and-drag platform originated by MIT, our students will learn the essential fundamental skills that can be applied in today’s tech-driven world.

The students will moved toward project based course once they master the fundamental programming concepts. They will further advance their programming skills;

- Robotics
- Game Development
- Design and Programming

They will build up their knowledge foundation while working on project that uses Scratch or Python or 3D design programming language.

Tools

Scratch is a visual programming language and users create their own interactive stories, games and animations, then share and discuss their creations with one another.


Python is a computer programming language. It is easy to learn, and can be used to write all sorts of computer programs. People use Python to build games, online tools, and websites.


Lego Mindstorms is a hardware software platform produced by Lego for the development of programmable robots based on Lego building blocks.

ROBOTICS

“Led by Tech Giants, AI (Artificial Intelligence) Investment is growing rapidly” - McKinsey
“Industrial Robotics Market worth $71.72 Billion by 2023.” – marketsandmarkets.com

ROBOTICS

Skills & Stem Development

Problem Solving
Programming Logic

Software hardware Interface
Assembling Robots
Teamwork

Creativity
Design Techniques

Design it, build it, and make the robot go! Once the students completed their fundamental programming concepts. We will further their coding skills by engineer a robotic and develop structural design conception. Students will work with a partner and provided with an individual computer with share robotics equipment. This adventure encourages

- Teamwork
- Creativity
- Problem solving

Tools

Makeblock® mBot robot kit is an educational programmable electronic robot kit that helps you to learn STEM or DIY robots. Clear visual instructions and a user-friendly design makes assembling mBot so easy that all you need to build mBot is a small screwdriver.


Lego Mindstorms is a hardware software platform produced by Lego for the development of programmable robots based on Lego building blocks.


Cozmo Is an Artificially Intelligent Toy Truck That's Also the Future of Robotics. The robot toy that will unlock your kid's potential.


Python is a computer programming language. It is easy to learn, and can be used to write all sorts of computer programs. People use Python to build games, online tools, and websites.


The Raspberry Pi is a tiny and affordable computer that you can use to learn programming through fun, practical projects. Users can fast get started with robotic development like line tracking, obstacle avoidance, IR remote control, and video monitoring via network, etc.

DESIGNING

“Augmented/Virtual Reality revenue forecast revised to hit $120 billion by 2020.” – Digi-Capital.com

DESIGNING

Skills & Stem Development

Problem Solving
Programming Logic

Creativity
Modelling Techniques

Prototyping
Logical Thinking

Manufacturing Planning
Reality Interface

Once the students completed their fundamental programming concepts, students can further their coding experience by complete project base courses that allow them to explore;

- 3D printing
- Augmented Reality (AR)
- Game Design
- Produce an animated film

Tools

Scratch is a visual programming language and users create their own interactive stories, games and animations, then share and discuss their creations with one another.


Python is a computer programming language. It is easy to learn, and can be used to write all sorts of computer programs. People use Python to build games, online tools, and websites.


Google launched google website builders to create easy and affordable website. Google website builder handles the coding and offer templates you can customize with your own text, designs, images and more. 


Blender is open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D printed models, interactive 3D applications and video games.


Maya is a 3D animation, modelling, simulation and rendering software provides an integrated, powerful toolset. Use it for animation, environments, motion graphics, virtual reality and character creation.

GAME DEVELOPMENT

In the U.S., video games are a growing $30.4 billion industry.” – VentureBeat

GAME DEVELOPMENT

Skills & Stem Development

Problem Solving
Programming Logic

Creativity
Character Creation Techniques

Game Design Principal
Design Techniques

Like to play video games? Why not create one! Once the students completed their fundamental programming concepts, students can further their coding experience by learning how to create games. They will do;

- Create Characters
- Design Game menus & interfaces
- Explore the essential game design principles.

Tools

Minecraft is a game where you dig (mine) and build (craft) different kinds of 3D blocks within a large world of varying terrains and habitats to explore. In this world the sun rises and sets as you go about your work, gathering materials and making tools.


Python is a computer programming language. It is easy to learn, and can be used to write all sorts of computer programs. People use Python to build games, online tools, and websites.


GameMaker is designed to allow its users to easily develop video games without having to learn a complex programming language.


Bloxels is not just another tech-enabled toy. It's a hands-on, brains-on, creativity and technology experience. Bloxels uniquely unlocks students' innate creativity by leveraging something they love: video games.


Tynker is an educational programming platform aimed at teaching kids how to make games and programs. Instead of typing the source code, you visually drag blocks of code and snap them together.