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We normally run our classes both online and offline. We call it a Hybrid Classroom. It means that in a class we have students who are present in the classroom and those who take it from the comfort of their homes wherever they are.
For the time being, due to the Coronavirus, we are holding all of our courses and camps online only.
We have our own private Discord channel, where students share their projects, chat and can get help from their peers.
Once a year during summer vacation we organize a special Holiday Camp for our Bracketeers Club members. A week long intensive a goal of which is to build something in a limited amount of time.
Computers are a powerful tool but it’s important to spend time away from the screen. One Friday a month we hold a Social Night for the students and their friends. We meet at our locations, exchange news and ideas, watch movies and play games
Working completely on your own can be hard. Any task flows better when done in a community. That’s why we started Project Sunday, so our students can have a large chunk of time every week to work on their projects together. Every Sunday we meet for 4 hours to work and solve new challenges. Students can join both offline and online.
Sunday is a workday for us at CurlyBrackets. Our team is have its own project day together with the students. We do however encourage our students to poke us whenever they need any practical help or some brainstorming.
Both beginners and more experienced members of our club join us on Sundays. This allows students of different levels to work together and help each other understand the difficult parts. Teaching things to others can be a great way of reinforcing understanding in oneself.
There’s a time for listening and learning, and there’s a time for jumping head first into it and finishing the darn thing before you run out of fuel and everyone else runs out of patience. Show up, work, make yourself accountable to other club members and keep that motivation up.
I've only been to a few programming courses before this one and they were all mediocre, but this one was well planned, had good teachers and was a very positive experience all together.
This course was amazing! I loved to code and make these games. The teacher's were great and helped me when I needed it. I got new friends, and I liked the games I made (with help).
It was fun and I really really recommend it! Now I understand the logic in code. Something that just looked like a lot of weird symbols and letters before.