The Boolean Girl Project is an after-school enrichment program that utilizes STEM education to empower girls to write code and build games, interactive stories and animated videos. The girls use Raspberry Pi, which is an inexpensive, credit card sized computer that runs a Scratch animation program developed at MIT. Scratch is a free, visual programming language designed for kids to learn programming and animation.
Boolean Girls also have summer camps each year where there is extended time for more focused programming development. Contact paraskaul@gmail for more information.
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