Participants in the QTV are interested in math and science, and enjoy learning new skills that build on those interests. Quantitative Thinking Village participants are students that show motivation in and outside of the classroom and are able to work independently as they need to manage their own schedules and attend online classes.
Lock 1 activities include:
- Learning programming principles by using Scratch, a block program developed at the MIT Media Lab.
- Participants have the opportunity to try hands-on engineering activities.
- Gaining an understanding of the programming principles such as loops, variables, functions and conditionals.
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Lock 1 graduates are welcome and encouraged to continue their ERIE21 experience in Lock 2!