Above is a simple plan (liable to change slightly after reviews and iterations) based on my current experience.
Everyone should learn to code. This nation needs more people who can code for the now and the future. Of all ages from 8 to 80 . Schools are struggling to deliver a curriculum that should be interesting, fun and above all creative. The aim of ‘The Happy Coder’ is to get people across the country coding. Both young and old. To be freely and easily available ether in the comfort of their own home or in groups where support and encouragement is needed.
I want to keep it freely available but to make it sustainable (writing and updating the curriculum). This will require selling the printed version of the curriculum and components online (probably eBay) to support the work and crowdfunding this project plus seeking funding from other sources.
The Current Future
I am writing the curriculum for most of the above, much of which is in draft form. I would like to create video tutorials (YouTube) for the above to help see visually what the code is and does.
If you would like more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to support this project then please feel free to donate otherwise feel free to use all the resources as and when they become available.
|What is Coding||draft (50%)|
|Learn to Code WorkBook 1||complete and published|
|Learn to Code WorkBook 2||complete and published|
|Learn to Code WorkBook 3||complete and published|
|Artificial Intelligence WorkBook 1 (perceptron)||draft (20%)|
|Artificial Intelligence WorkBook 2 (network)||not started|
|Artificial Intelligence WorkBook 3 (machine learning ml5.js)||not started|
|Internet of Things WorkBook 1 (Hardware)||draft (20%)|
|Internet of Things WorkBook 2 (Software)||draft (20%)|
|Internet of Things WorkBook 3 (project and application)||draft (10%)|
|AI and IoT WorkBook (combining both disciplines in a small self balancing robot and/or indoor garden)||not started|
|Robotics WorkBook 1 (introduction to Arduino Uno and code)||draft (90%)|
|Robotics WorkBook 2 (introduction to sensors, motors and displays)||draft(80%)|
|Robotics WorkBook 3 (building a simple autonomous vehicle)||draft (20%)|