A New Concept of Learning How To Code

For the past couple of days I have spent my time working on final exams for the children to make sure that they are learning the concepts they need to know for the upcoming year! Of course, final exams are not until June and the hardest part is putting them together in one file.

In the midst, of doing this I have found something that peaks my interest. Learning how to code. It is an interesting thing to learn and eventually the children will learn how to do these concepts that I am learning right now.

It was interesting that if you put the wrong type of symbol in the JavaScript that you could not accomplish the goal intended. Of course, by finishing the first lesson I was able to make my name bounce like bubbles and return back into the original shape.

var myName = “Tammy Hopkinson MBA”;

var red = [0, 100, 63];
var orange = [40, 100, 60];
var green = [75, 100, 40];
var blue = [196, 77, 55];
var purple = [280, 50, 60];
var letterColors = [red, orange, green, blue, purple];

drawName(myName, letterColors);

if(10 < 3)
{
bubbleShape = ‘square’;
}
else
{
bubbleShape = ‘circle’;
}

bounceBubbles();

Now, it is something that I would love to learn more about and this means that I will have to divide my time even more than I am now. It is awesome to learn new things and experience something new.

There will be future endeavor’s that I will embark on with this new learning experience, and I will keep learning the new concepts so that when the children are starting to learn this I will be able to teach them by learning myself.

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2 thoughts on “A New Concept of Learning How To Code

  1. AnElephantCant claim to be very smart but you did confuse him here, sorry.
    You start off with ‘I’ then switch to ‘she’.
    Is it the same person, or is AnElephant as dumb as he looks?
    But cool blog!

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