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JavaScript and Storyboards

Tuesday, August 6, 2019 was the second day of our All Girls Camp! The Girls started their day with a guest speaker by the name of Alexandra Wright. She is 15 years old and she came in to talk to the girls about NCWIT (National Center for Women and Information Technology). Through NCWIT, she won the state affiliate award and a National Honorable Mention. She also spoke to the girls about how she got into STEM and about the many programs and camps she has been a part of.

After our guest speaker was done, the students had to get together to try and fix two computers that were not able to work during the girls' first dismantle. While the girls were trying to fix the computers, we had our App Development group learn more about JavaScript. Our App Development happens to be two of our STEM campers from last year. JavaScript can be hard to learn, but our kids are trying really hard.

Next, our girls had been assigned some work on Schoology. Their assignment was to learn how to make a storyboard. They will need to know how to make a storyboard, so they can make their end of the week videos. These videos are important when it comes to competition time because they will need to complete one if they want to stay in the competition. Since I have already participated in the camp, I had to make a video too. I actually had to make four videos because my camp was 4 weeks. These girls only have to make one, but that also means that there will be some strict grading. So, hopefully these girls will put in some effort.

Written and Photographed by Morgan Winston

Student Ambassador

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