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Benefits of kids learning; VB, Java, Python, JavaScript, C# & C++

Published on August 28, 2018
RP4K has over 20 years of experience teaching real programming for kids and teens! Over 2 decades of teaching Visual Basic, Java, and C++. 10 years of C# Python for the last 1.5 years. During summer 2018 we have now introduced JavaScript into our roster of computer programming languages.
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Does Your Child Want to Make Video Games? Introduce Them to Python!

Published on August 7, 2018
If your child loves video games, that could mean much more than just them sitting in front of their computer or Nintendo all day.  It could be the start of an amazing career!  The video game industry is booming, growing by leaps and bounds every year with no sign of slowing down.  Gaming is on track to become the dominant form […]
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How to Choose the Right Summer Coding Camp for Your Child

Published on August 7, 2018
RP4K is not like other camps, where a teenager is supervising a large group of kids playing soccer for 3 hours. RP4K is a camp that is unlike any other camp. An RP4K camp is an incredibly fun & practical camp. With a broad option of courses to select from. Our classes are set-up with […]
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Five Ways Summer Coding Camp Can Benefit Your Child

Published on August 7, 2018
Summer is here, and that means your child is going to sit around for three months staring at their smartphone... right? Not if you send them to summer coding camp!   Tech camps are growing in popularity across the country because they can deliver real benefits to children, the sort of benefits that can truly last […]
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Computer programming courses for kids works best in small class sizes

Published on July 10, 2018
This is what I know. Computer programming courses for kids work best in small class sizes! My experience is from 35 years as both a mathematics student and an educational business entrepreneur. I still remember my first-year university physics, calculus and linear algebra classes with 75 to 100 students per professor. This was in the […]
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