Coding, Robotics and Financial Literacy for Ages 5-18
“Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.” - Stephen Hawking
Coding is about creating and solving problems around us. That’s precisely what Whizara’s courses prepare students for through immersive hands-on coding courses – develop skills that go beyond coding and support students in all subjects.
Real world coding concepts presented in a manner that kids relate to and connect with
Beginner to advanced level courses that challenge students to grow analytically
Courses include upto 70 activities and projects to provide students opportunities to get creative and explore their interests.
Designed by teachers and tech enthusiasts with student engagement and outcome at its core
A complete pathway to lay a sound foundation of the must-have coding and computational thinking skills
Scratch Junior Programming
A fun course for young students to learn programming fundamentals as they explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games using MIT’s Scratch Junior drag and drop visual programming interface
A fun course for young students to explore and develop imaginative stories, animations and games and develop understanding of sequencing, pattern recognition, parallelism and algorithmic thinking
Exploring AI using Scratch
This course demystifies AI and delves into the fundamentals of AI, image processing, speech recognition and more as students engage in training AI models to develop fun AI applications
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of syntax-based programming via a fun graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum and further reinforces computational thinking
This course unravels how websites are created. Students learn to format content and style the appearance of content using HTML tags and CSS style elements as they create their own personalized websites.
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of browser-based application development via a fun graphics, animation and game-based engaging curriculum.
Mobile App Development
This course introduces students to MIT App Inventor. Students build several mobile applications and games as they explore core programming concepts and the different aspects of App Inventor.
Exploring AI using Python
This course demystifies AI and delves into the fundamentals of AI, image processing, speech recognition, sentiment analysis and more as students engage in training AI models to develop fun AI applications
Intermediate Python Programming
This course builds on the Introduction to Python course and lays the foundation of object oriented programming and data structures while further reinforcing concepts from the introduction course
Introduction to Java Programming
This course introduces students to syntax-based programming via its fun real world, graphics, animation, and game-based engaging curriculum while further reinforcing computational thinking
Intermediate Java Programming
This course builds on the Introduction to Java course and lays the foundation of object oriented programming and data structures while further reinforcing concepts from the introduction course
Introduction to C++
This course introduces students to fundamentals of programming while highlighting the key features of C++ programming language while developing fun real world and personalized C++ programs
Unity Video Game Design
This course is for students who dream of video game development. Students learn C# programming and game design principles while they let their imagination loose to design their very own personalized video games.
AP Computer Science Principles
This course follows the AP CSP course outline, and offers a rigorous learning experience as students explore foundational ideas of computing and how these concepts are transforming our world we live in.
AP Computer Science A
This course follows the AP CSA course outline, and offers a rigorous learning experience as students learn Java Programming with emphasis on AP CS exam requirements and preparation for the same
Explore hands-on robotics courses for ages 3-18
Robotics for Ages: 3-18
Whizara offers a range of robotics courses using age-appropriate LEGO robotics kits where students engage in hands-on investigation of STEAM concepts using everyday themes while building and programming robots to follow their commands
Micro:bit for Ages 7-10
Whizara offers introduction and advanced Micro:bit courses. In these courses, students program fun games using Micro:bit and utilize built-in hardware, including LEDs, buttons and sensors to build interactive projects using a block-based programming interface.
Raspberry Pi for Ages 7-10
Whizara offers Raspberry Pi courses using several different kits. Students start off by building their very own computers and program add-ons using block-based or text-based age-appropriate programming language to create fun interactive projects.
Financial Literacy Courses
Explore hands-on robotics courses for ages 3-18
This course builds awareness about money management and making smart financial decisions through brainstorming real-world scenarios and goal-setting by involving students in decision-making while learning fro peers
This course further develops money management and smart financial decision making skills and involves students in exploring and evaluating risks and opportunity costs, and options for earning, spending, saving, borrowing and investing
This course further develops money management and smart financial decision making skills and builds comprehensive real-world understanding spending, budgeting, credit, college loans, home ownership vs renting and more