Knowing how to operate a computer and code is quickly becoming a required 21st century skill. A 4-H computer project will help youth learn about software and/or hardware topics.
- Learn about computer hardware, including control, memory, input and output devices.
- Explore and learn to navigate an operating system (PC or Mac) and install and use software for specific applications.
- Learn to code and test a simple program.
- Learn about the use of computers in science, engineering, and technology fields.
Computer Programming is a national 4-H project. It features curriculum that will guide you through the project. For more information, visit http://www.4-hmall.org/Category/computer.aspx
CPU 1: Inside the Box: http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/computer/08347.aspx
CPU 2: Peer to Peer: http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/computer/08348.aspx
CPU 3: Teens Teaching Tech Newbie Know: http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/computer/08349.aspx