Dallas – April 26, 2017 – iCode Inc., which offers after-school, weekend and summer programs that provide science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education to students in first through 12th grades, today announced that education leader Jami Roberts-Woychesin, Ph.D., has been named director of curriculum for iCode. In this role, Roberts-Woychesin leads the development of the curriculum used in iCode’s programs, including after-school and weekend programs, summer camps and boot camps.
If you’ve ever visited iCode, you’ve probably wandered into our labs and seen the titles given to each one of them. Gates Lab, Zuckerberg Lab, and Pahlka lab. Wait, the Pahlka lab? Who is she? We all know who Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are, but who is Jennifer Pahlka?
Many parents and friends often ask me, “What exactly is your purpose at iCode? What do you do as a lab mentor?” That question has served to stump me more often than not because though it is such a simple question, the implications behind the answer delve far deeper than what is merely on the surface.
Dallas – April 20, 2017 – iCode Inc.
, which offers after-school, weekend and summer programs that provide science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education to students in first through 12th grades, announced that experienced educator Micheal Wood has been named the director of iCode’s Frisco, Texas, location. As director, Wood is responsible for the leadership and management of the day-to-day operations of the Frisco campus, including working with instructors, parents and students regarding iCode’s after-school and weekend programs, summer camps, hackathons and boot camps.
More and more job openings in the technology sector, it’s important to understand the importance of programming languages, like Java, why it’s important to learn it and steps that should be taken to make it easier to learn.
It can be tough for students to find a group in which they can interact with others who are like-minded and share the same passions and hobbies that they do. At a young age, it is even harder to meet with other students and build those lasting friendships.
Want to learn computer programming in a way you can relate it to the real world? One of our most exciting resources is our state-of-the-art learning space, which we refer to as our “Think Tank.” It is not your average classroom. It is a collaborative think space where all levels of current and future developers, computer scientists, designers and engineers can come together to create, innovate, and collaborate. The look, comfort and resources inside bring a fun and fresh feel to all iCode activities. Come check out the Think Tank for yourself and see why we think it is so special.
iCode, an after-school and weekend program that offers science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) education to students in first through 12th grade, is pleased to announce the addition of AT&T’s senior vice president of distribution and channel marketing, Abhi Ingle, to its board of directors.
Educating young minds to enter the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, also known as STEM, should be a crucial aspect of every child's education if America is to stay competitive with other countries. Reports have shown that the U.S. is lagging behind when it comes to STEM education; that's why iCode in Frisco, Texas, has a mission ...
Jobs in the computer science field are plentiful, and with innovative technology breakthroughs, college recruiters are looking for the next Bill Gates or inventor. However, iCode Frisco Campus offers beginning to advanced level computer classes for children at a much earlier age. And children can learn different color belts like they would in karate.