Codeverse’s ~3,000 sq ft space at The Westchester will boast a wide range of high-tech features contributing to a completely immersive and collaborative learning environment. The studio will be riddled with cutting-edge gadgets, including a 20ft TV wall and professional-grade lights and speakers, which can be programmed by kids using real code!
Who teaches kids how to code at Codeverse?
All Codeverse camps and classes are led by Guides. Guides are a collective of K-12 certified teachers, improv comedians, seasoned designers, engineers, and game developers. This diverse mix of backgrounds, skill-sets, and experiences creates a dynamic, fun, and engaging learning environment for the children.
Guides are equipped with iPads that display real stats on how every student is progressing through the curriculum. Tracking every interactive, milestone, and mistake gives Codeverse Guides an unprecedented amount of rich data that is then used to craft a personalized approach to learning to code.
2020 Summer Camps at Codeverse Westchester
From video game creation and robotics to 3D printing and circuitry, Codeverse camps are packed with hands-on STEM activities designed for beginner and pro-coders alike. Each day of camp is assigned a theme and is comprised of fun, engaging, and educational adventures, including:
Studio programming – Learn how to program cutting-edge gadgets (such as lights and speakers) using real code.
Robotics – Build a real robot. Compete in high-speed robot races on obstacle courses designed by fellow campers
Coding – Learn all the core fundamentals universal to any programming language.
- 3D Printing – Create jaw-dropping 3D printed designs.
Circuitry – Learn all about circuits and sensors.
Game Development – Design multi-level, multi-player video games.
To cap it off, kids show off their coding creations to family and friends during Demo Day, a fun celebration that is held every Friday afternoon during camp. Summer camps run Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. throughout June, July, and August. All allergy-free meals and snacks are included. Complimentary early drop-off and pick-up options are available.
Be one of the first to experience Codeverse Westchester! Parents can sign kids up for summer camp at codeverse.com/camps. Early bird special is $399 until June 1st, 2020 (Regular price: $499). Use the code – EARLYBIRD-100
Codeverse Westchester | 125 Westchester Ave, #1160 (next to KidZania and Neiman Marcus) |White Plains, NY 10601 (914) 461-5914