Intro To Block Based Programming Languages

Candidates for this exam should understand algorithmic flow and be able to describe computer programs, use and implement common program control structures, and describe what the code does in block-based programming languages such as the Touch Develop environment from Microsoft and MIT Scratch.

 

Candidates should also be familiar with the concepts and technologies described here by taking relevant training courses, such as Creative Coding Through Games and Apps (CCGA) or Scratch or Blockly courses.

 

Candidates are expected to have some hands-on experience designing, creating, and publishing code within a block-based programming language.

 

Duration: 12 Weeks