Python Programming for Adults Class
Master a top programming language with live expert instruction
- Ages 18+
- 2-10 students group class
- 55 minutes per session
- Live online class
Join the best way to learn Python for beginners
Do you want to know how to learn Python for your job, career advancement, or even for fun? Or are you curious to see if it’s something you enjoy before committing to a very expensive bootcamp? Start with Create & Learn's Python programming class for adults of all ages, and have fun mastering this essential computer programming language. One of the best ways to learn Python is with a small group of students (10 max) and live instruction from an expert. You’ll find it’s very easy to make consistent progress learning Python. Not only is it simple to get help fast and get answers to questions as you go, but also you’re held accountable to learning with a time set aside each week. Learning with fellow adults can be less intimidating than pursuing a new goal on your own, and you’ll even meet new people. Plus, with a curriculum designed by Google, Stanford, and MIT experts, your class is stuffed with fun creative projects, and concepts are broken down to be as approachable as possible. Python is a high-level coding language used by companies such as Netflix and Google, and it is also used for web development, game development, building apps, machine learning, and so much more. This live online, small-group adult class covers not only the basics of Python coding, but also puts a strong focus on the elements of Python that are most relevant to Artificial Intelligence, including data structures and libraries. Enroll today to sharpen your skill set and your mind while learning one of the most popular programming languages!
- Part 1 - Python Programming: Fun Fundamentals
This is the first unit of our Python for adults coding course, we start to learn core concepts of Python syntax, loop, data types, variables, and a lot more. Students will learn fundamental Python skills as they build creative stories, animations and games. Basic topics will include using Python syntax, variables, loops, functions, and built-in data structures.
- Part 2 - Python Programming: Data Discovery
In unit 2 of our Python coding course, students will begin using Python for AI and data science. We will explore more advanced programing elements of Python such as dictionaries and files, and learn how to employ Python’s powerful modules to build games, stories and real-world data projects.
- Part 3 - Python Programming: Complex Games
Unit 3 covers a good amount of advanced Python coding for beginners. Students will be introduced to object-oriented programming, and learn how to use Python classes and objects to complete more complex games and applications.
- Part 4 - Python Programming: Smart AI
In this final level of our Python programming course for beginners, adult students will be introduced to more advanced Python concepts, including data structures such as 2D arrays, as well as using new modules and the API for an AI system. Students will also become creators of their own independent Python projects. By the end of the course, they will design and code their own Python program from scratch. To help them prepare, students will practice reading code written by other people and leveraging the Python documentation to accomplish new things that are not covered by teachers in the class.
- $420 (16 Sessions)
- Computer - MacWindows PCChromebook
Can a kid learn Python?
Yes, kids at grades 5 and above can learn Python. In our classes, students learn python via project-based and inquiry-based methods to ensure concepts stick and that they have fun! Kids will quickly pick up the basics. And Python is a wonderful course to level up to after they’ve mastered the basics of coding via Scratch and a couple of other courses such as Arduino for Kids, Mobile Coding for Games & Apps, and Minecraft coding.
Is Python good for beginners?
Python is good for beginners in upper middle school or high school. It is an approachable text-based programming language and is widely used in many applications such as AI and Data Science. It is also often the first text-based coding languages for many people. For younger beginners in elementary schools, we recommend starting with Scratch coding which is more engaging and quicker to master.
What is the right age to learn Python?
Kids as young as age 11 or even younger could start learning Python. However, we often ask parents to consider their kids interests first and foremost. Python is a tool. There are many better coding tools to build what our kids want to do. If your kid is young and wants to build animations and games, then we recommend starting with Scratch. If he/she wants to build games for Minecraft, then try Minecraft coding. If your child loves tinkering and building, then go with Arduino and Robotics. If they are ready to tackle text-based programming then Python is a great language to learn.