Digital Skills

Digital Skills

Digital for Me! – FREE Public Program

DFM Fall

We are happy to announce that we are returning to in-person sessions! Digital For Me provides a workspace for students to work on Scratch or Python at their own level, with support from our Science East staff. Ages 8-18.

Fall Session (10 weeks) 

September 25th to December 11th
Each Sunday at the following time :
  • 12:00-1:30 p.m. – Beginners class : Learn to use Scratch to create your own game or stories
  • 2:00-3:30 p.m. – Use text-based coding like Python to create games and more. Coding experience is preferred.
FREE program! 
To register, please fill the following form : Digital for Me – Registration form – Fall 2022
Science East will provide laptops to participants.
For Ages 8 through 18

We’re also looking for volunteers for this program! Email

Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer que nous recommençons les sessions en personne! À moi le numérique fournis aux élèves un espace de travail pour travailler avec Scratch ou Python, à leur niveau, avec l’aide des éducateurs de Science East. Cette activité est adaptée pour les élèves de 8 à 18 ans.
Voici l’horaire des sessions d’automne:

25 septembre au 11 décembre

Heure: deuxiemme sessions quotidiennes  12:00-13:30, 14:00-15:30

Places limitées. Les formulaires d’inscription

Coding At Home – Activities

Looking to build your coding skills at home? Check out our “Coding At Home” activities:

May 14, 2020 – Piskel Your Quarantine

June 8, 2020 – Break that Task

Schools / Groups 

K-2 Digital Skills: Students will be introduced to basic coding skills (patterning, sequencing, looping and conditional statements) through screen free technology.

Grades 3-5 Digital Skills: Students will be introduced to, or deepen their understanding of, basic coding concepts through the use of technology and problem solving. Classes with prior knowledge will be introduced to variables and multi-step algorithms. 

Grades 6-8 Digital Skills: Students will use technology to create projects which problem solve various scenarios. They will learn the basics of physical computing, which includes circuits, electricity, and the connections between hardware and software.

 Grades 9-12 Digital Skills: Students will use technology to collect and analyze data. With the help of the Pocketlab, a wireless sensor that connects to tablets and computers, students can stream their data in real time, helping them get a deeper understanding of the world around them.


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