Our TeenCoder C# computer science courses for high school teens are listed below! Each course is roughly one semester long depending on the student pace.
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Windows Programming (first semester) - learn important C# programming skills!
Game Programming (second semester) - write graphical computer games in C#!
Buy Together and Save! The TeenCoder: C# Year Pack contains both TeenCoder: Windows Programming and TeenCoder: Game Programming as a discounted bundle. Just add the TeenCoder: C# Year Pack to your shopping cart instead of the individual courses to receive the discounted price!
The TeenCoder C# programming courses are designed for 9th-12th grade students who may be interested in computer science as a career, hobby, or who may need a computer course for high school graduation. Build your school transcript with a high quality technical elective that is easily recognized by college professors.
The TeenCoder C# Series uses the free Visual C# 2010 Express development environment. Each course maintains the same fun, easy-to-learn style as our KidCoder series but cover more computer science topics in depth.
Microsoft's latest generation programming language, C#, is commonly used in business and academic settings. Students will learn with a free version of the industry standard Microsoft Visual Studio development environment that C# programming job applicants should know when starting a software career.
Each chapter explains a programming concept in detail with corresponding sample code. In hands-on activities for each chapter the student will write their own programs based on the chapter topics. Students are encouraged to be creative and personalize their programming projects!
We offer optional Instructional Videos for each course, perfect for your audio-visual learner! These videos do not replace the Student Textbook, but they do re-inforce every chapter and lesson in a fun, animated manner. We cover the same conceptual topics using different examples and, in some cases, screen recordings of a real programmer accomplishing a task within the development environment.
Instructional videos are Flash-based and will play directly from your computer's DVD drive in your Flash-enabled web browser. See our Demo Videos for sample lessons!