CompuScholar Python Programming
(CompuScholar Python Programming is a digital product and will be delivered to you via email.)
The most popular introductory coding language taught in U.S. universities is Python. Easy to use, powerful, and versatile, this general-purpose programming language allows for developing both desktop and web applications. However, if teaching Python is as foreign to you as teaching Swahili, your teen needs CompuScholar Python Programming.
This one-semester course teaches core programming concepts using the Python language and is complete, requiring no software installation. Your teen will create and run code directly in your web browser with CompuScholar’s online Python engine. Moreover, because this course is fully auto-graded, including student projects, you don't need to worry about understanding your student’s work. Perfect!
Student coding projects are auto-graded.
This course covers fundamental coding topics and skills such as:
View the Course Syllabus PDF to see a complete list of topics.
About the Student Work:
All lesson quizzes and chapter tests are auto-graded by our system. Students will complete hands-on coding projects, which are also auto-graded by our system.
Students will write code directly in our online Python engine; no local software installation or file management is required. Each chapter features many in-lesson exercises as well as graded activities.
review by QuadSquad
”CompuScholar Python Programming teaches how to work with this popular programming language in 13 weeks. This course is perfect for a homeschool student, or anyone who has the discipline and drive to learn.”Watch the Video Review
review by Cummins Life
”If you have a middle schooler or high schooler looking for a self-paced introductory course to Computer Science I would highly recommend this one.”Read the Review
review by Mama Smiles
”From a future career point of view, Python is used for data science, which is one of the fastest growing job segments, and one that is important to many fields.”Read the Review