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Computer Summer Camp (Virtual)- Minecraft Mods in Java -11+

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 28, 2021 at 10 am

Have you ever wanted to create your own custom Minecraft Items? If you’re a kid born after 2000 then the answer is probably yes. Students will be using Java and IntelliJ’s IDE to create new files to the existing game! Learn how methods, constructors, if statements, loops, arrays and other Java concepts help you create your own custom Minecraft Mod. This course teaches students how to create their own custom:

• Items & Blocks

• Weapons & Tools

• Armor & Shields

• Mobs & Special Items (Like a rocket launcher, there teleportation staff)

Mon-Fri June 28 - July 2, 2021 10:00am to 12:00pm

Each course will have its own needed virtual  ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (In person)- Minecraft Mods in Java -11+

$99

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jun 28, 2021 at 1:30 pm

In person classes will be held at the Shasta College Downtown Campus. 1400 Market Street, room 8111 (first floor)

Have you ever wanted to create your own custom Minecraft Items? If you’re a kid born after 2000 then the answer is probably yes. Students will be using Java and IntelliJ’s IDE to create new files to the existing game! Learn how methods, constructors, if statements, loops, arrays and other Java concepts help you create your own custom Minecraft Mod. This course teaches students how to create their own custom:

• Items & Blocks

• Weapons & Tools

• Armor & Shields

• Mobs & Special Items (Like a rocket launcher, there teleportation staff)

Mon-Thursday June 28 - July 1, 2021 1:30pm to 4:00pm

Each course will have its own needed virtual  ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (Virtual) - Javascript Game Design Package 11+

$249

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jul 12, 2021 at 10 am, runs for 3 weeks

3 Week package

The following camps need the students to commit for all 3 weeks

WEEK 1: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN Have you ever wanted to code your own games and share them with others? This course teaches you how to code games using JavaScript and play them in a web browser. The lessons assume no prior coding experience and will walk you through coding your own pong game and fish game! Each lesson will introduce a new JavaScript concept using fun interactions. Next, you will practice your JavaScript in a little in-browser text editor. Last, you’ll be ready to follow a step by step activity to add new code to your game, saved to a workspace on your computer. This course will be using Sublime Text as the coding editor to write all your JavaScript code! Start learning how to code in JavaScript

DATE: M-Fri  JUL 12 - 16, 2021 10:00am to 12:00pm

WEEK 2: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN The fun continues as you dive deeper into JavaScript. Students will be learning new JavaScript techniques as they code their own side scrolling Mario style game! Learn coding concepts to have your player, jump, shoot lasers, avoid enemies and more as you create full playable levels. This week will better prepare you for the game design competition when you code and create your own custom game!

DATE: M-Fri JUL 19 - 23, 2021 10:00am to 12:00pm 

WEEK 3: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN COMPETITION Now that the students have coded three separate games they have the knowledge and resources to start their own custom JavaScript browser game! Students will go through a planning stage, design stage and then a coding stage as they see their custom game come to life. The games will be judged on a point system, awarding points for completing various criteria of the competition. There will be multiple fun prizes for all the winners!

DATE: M-Fri JUL 26 - 30, 2021 10:00am to 12:00pm

 

Each course will have its own needed virtual ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Computer Summer Camp (in-person) - Javascript Game Design Package 11+

$249

with Simply Coding

Calendar Jul 12, 2021 at 1:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks

In person classes will be held at the Shasta College Downtown Campus. 1400 Market Street, room 8111 (first floor)

3 Week package

The following camps need the students to commit for all 3 weeks

WEEK 1: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN Have you ever wanted to code your own games and share them with others? This course teaches you how to code games using JavaScript and play them in a web browser. The lessons assume no prior coding experience and will walk you through coding your own pong game and fish game! Each lesson will introduce a new JavaScript concept using fun interactions. Next, you will practice your JavaScript in a little in-browser text editor. Last, you’ll be ready to follow a step by step activity to add new code to your game, saved to a workspace on your computer. This course will be using Sublime Text as the coding editor to write all your JavaScript code! Start learning how to code in JavaScript

DATE: M-TH  JUL 12 - 15, 2021 1:30pm to 4:00

 

WEEK 2: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN The fun continues as you dive deeper into JavaScript. Students will be learning new JavaScript techniques as they code their own side scrolling Mario style game! Learn coding concepts to have your player, jump, shoot lasers, avoid enemies and more as you create full playable levels. This week will better prepare you for the game design competition when you code and create your own custom game!

DATE: M-TH JUL 19 - 22, 2021 1:30 -4:00pm

WEEK 3: JAVASCRIPT GAME DESIGN COMPETITION Now that the students have coded three separate games they have the knowledge and resources to start their own custom JavaScript browser game! Students will go through a planning stage, design stage and then a coding stage as they see their custom game come to life. The games will be judged on a point system, awarding points for completing various criteria of the competition. There will be multiple fun prizes for all the winners!

DATE: M-Fri JUL 26 - 29, 2021 1:30pm to 4:00pm

 

Each course will have its own needed virtual ‘workspace’ that will include everything needed to complete the lessons. The software within the workspace is always free and will be installed on the computer. The first lesson of each course walks them through how to setup their workspace. As for hardware. Each computer should have 2GB RAM and at least 10GB of free hard drive space. Students need to use either Mac or Windows computers, no iPads or tablets as they don’t support the needed software to setup your workspace. Chromebooks may be used only for the following courses: Scratch Coding, Coding for N00BS, & JavaScript Game Designs (all JavaScript courses).

Online Instructor Led - Value Stream Mapping

$360

with Guy Martindale

Calendar Jul 14, 2021 at 8 am

ONLINE INSTRUCTOR LED PRACTICAL PROBLEM SOLVING Problem Solving is the foundation of the Lean office. Continually improving requires continually solving problems - whether these are technical or recurring day-to-day problems. As a Lean tool, A3 reporting addresses the root causes of problems that arise every day at work. When used properly, the PDCA-A3 process dramatically increases the probability of success. Leading companies, such as Toyota, use the PDCA-A3 report to train their employees in a proven and structured problem-solving approach. This 18-hour, 5 session online instructor led course introduces participants to problem-solving frameworks, tools and techniques, and explores their practical application to common office problems.

DATES: July 14, 16, 21, 23 & 28th, Wed/Friday 8:00am-12:00pm

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with www.Ed2go .com/Shasta

Shasta College Community Education offers a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our Ed2go courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our Ed2go online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.

To view the Ed2go catalog of classes and to register online for Ed2go classes, please visit: www.Ed2go.com/Shasta 

Note: fees for classes vary depending on the class.  

Incident Safety Awareness for Hired Vendors (aka: Fireline Safety)- Interest List

Free

with John Bruno

INCIDENT SAFETY AWARENESS For Hired Vendors (aka: Fireline Safety)! INTEREST LIST 

Any private contractor or person employed by a private contractor who desires to participate in a wildland fire and may be subject to assignment on the fire line must complete this annual training. The intent of this 8-hour course is to provide private "hired equipment vendors" with the minimum training necessary to satisfy CAL FIRE and the Federal Wildland Fire Agencies generic hiring requirements for hired equipment vendors. Typical assignments include: Dozer Operator, Water Tender Operator, Tree Faller, etc. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate from the California Office of the State Fire Marshal. This course is part of the Fire Service Training and Education Program.

The course fee includes the certificate cost and student text. Due to an increase in State Fees the course will be $155.00

Dates/Times/Location to be announced. All those on the interest list will be notified when classes are scheduled.

Lifelong Learning Institute for Older Adults (60+)

Free

Classes are Coming Soon!

Classes being offered through the Lifelong Learning Institute for Older Adults (ages 60+) will be offered at no cost.  

Classes will be available Fall 2021 so please check back.  





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