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Students will learn some basic coding/programming terms that are common to all computer languages through hands-on activities including drawing, puzzles and games. In the last module, students will have the skills and knowledge to engage in some basic block-based coding challenges.
Instructor: Martin Sanchez
Class Schedule: Monday - Friday 10am - 11am (first 3 weeks in January)
The course will highlight the growing change in the habit of drinking specialty coffee in Brazil and around the world. We’ll talk about the culture around coffee and learn what to look for when buying good quality coffee. Along with this conversation, we’ll also learn how to prepare coffee using different methods and dispose of it in a sustainable way. Should kids drink coffee? We’ll address coffee and health as well.
Instructor: Eduardo Godoy
Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm (4 weeks in January) (8 hours total)
In this primer course. Middle school students jump into the world of business exploring such topics as ‘where good ideas come from’, innovation, (leadership), (persuasive communication); and culminate with learning about business operations equipped with the skills to start their own business. They will master logo design, analytical tools such as SWOT, digital marketing including social media literacy, business management, finance and a final pitch for a ‘sold business’.
Instructor: Ryan White
Course Schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 11:30 am - 12:30 pm (12 hours total)
Global Entrepreneurship and Leadership Course (Online) (Ages 14-18)
Columbia Business School provides participants with an intensive, “hands-on” course focusing on the creation, evaluation, development, and launch readiness of a new business or social venture. Key issues are addressed include: business model development, customer discovery, product-market validation, in-depth industry and market analysis, brand development and go-to-market strategies, profit models, financing, and legal considerations. A certificate and letters of recommendation will be awarded.
Instructor: Prof. Daniel McQuade
Class Schedule: January 4th - 12th (8:30am - 11am)
This course is for anyone in the Nido community who is curious about the exciting field of neuroscience. We will be covering the basics of neuroscience in a seminar-type format, with brief lectures, discussions and demonstrations in the field of neuroscience. To get the most out of this course, it is HIGHLY recommended that you enroll yourself in the HarvardX Fundamentals of Neuroscience Course (Part 1).
Instructors: Dr. Ryan White and Dr. Tim Marzullo
Start-End Date: June 24th - July 22nd, 2020 Meeting times: Wednesdays at 8pm EST