Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
Computer Programming for Everyone
University of Leeds and Institute of Coding
On this course, learners discovered how and why people program computers. Using an introductory block-language for coding, they discovered the kinds of problems that computers can help solve, explored different types of coding languages and discovered a variety of useful applications of code. At the end of the course, learners implemented the key principles learnt with their own coding project.
2 weeks, 2 hours per week
- Summarise key developments in the advent of computer technology.
- Identify where algorithms are used in the real world.
- Solve basic block-language programming exercises.
- Discuss the roles and responsibilities involved in making software.
- Solve more advanced block language exercises with expressive solutions.
- Describe the features and advantages of text-based coding languages.
- Key developments in computing
- Explore what code can do
- How programming works in real life
- Writing basic code
- Solving a more complex problem with code
- Finding out what a development team does
Issued on 13th August 2020
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