Hour++ of Code Python 1 (June 10 AM, Gr. 8-12)
The Hour Plus Plus of Code event features various one-off workshops for school-age students to learn how to code and implement popular digital tools. The Python programming workshops are open to Grade 8-12 students who are interested in learning the basics of the Python programming language and best practices in programming. The Python 1 workshop will cover Python syntax, variables, conditionals, and loops. It is beginner-friendly and will use Google Colaboratory.
Date and time
June 10, 2023 (Saturday) from 10am-12pm.
Virtual via Zoom. The meeting link will be opened 30 minutes before the workshop starts for students to test their setup (e.g. is your audio working?).
Grade 8-12 students.
Workshop requirements
Internet access, laptop/desktop computer, and Google account with Google Colaboratory installed (https://workspace.google.com/marketplace/app/colaboratory/1014160490159).
Additional notes
The deadline to sign up is June 5 (Monday) at 11:59 pm. A confirmation email with the Zoom link will be sent to students by June 6 (Tuesday) at 5:00 pm.
Q1 .     Parent/Guardian's name
First name : *
Last name : *
Q2 .     What is your relationship with the student?
Answer : *
Q3 .     Please provide us with your email.
Email : *
Q4 .     Student's name
First name : *
Last name : *
Q5 .     Please indicate the student's grade.
Q6 .     Please indicate the school name that the student attends.
Name : *
Q7 .     We will be following up with more details about the workshop (e.g. Zoom link). If the student wishes to receive these information directly, please indicate their email below.
Answer :
Q8 .     Question for student: How would you rate your coding experience in Python?
Extremely experienced  
Very experienced  
Somewhat experienced  
No experience  
Q9 .     Please indicate any medical/physical or behavioural needs that may affect your child’s participation in the workshop. This will help us provide the necessary support to ensure a safe and inclusive learning environment.
Q10 .     Please check the box to confirm that you have reviewed the Overview and Requirements document of the workshop.
YES: I have reviewed the Overview and Requirements document of the workshop.  
Q11 .     Indemnity Agreement: I agree to INDEMNIFY, PROTECT, DEFEND, AND HOLD HARMLESS the FAS Outreach Program and SFU, and its governors, directors, officers, employees, and agents from and all costs, suits, claims, losses, and expenses, including all reasonable legal fees and other costs of litigation, resulting directly or indirectly from my [or my child’s] participation in the program, including but not limited to any damage to my property or personal injury to me [or my child], and for personal injury or property damage suffered by any third party resulting from my [or my child’s] actions whilst participating in the program, except to the extent that the same may be attributable to the negligence of the indemnified parties.
YES: I have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the above terms.  
Q12 .     Consent to Medical Services: I agree to allow SFU staff to provide or cause to be provided to me or my child such medical services as SFU or medical personnel consider appropriate.
YES: I have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the above terms.  
Q13 .     Removal for Rule Breaking: I acknowledge and agree that the FAS Outreach Program reserves the right to, and may, refuse further by any participant for infractions of community guidelines. A community guidelines document for virtual programming should be included in the email/overview document/webpage with this registration link.
YES: I have read, understand, and agree to be bound by the above terms.  
Q14 .     Zoom Consent: In accordance with the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, FAS Outreach Program, within the Faculty of Applied Sciences, is seeking your consent to host a virtual workshop with your child as a participant in the Hour++ of Code workshop. During this virtual workshop, participants are not required to turn their video on but can choose to do so if they see fit. Those in attendance of this program will be staff and/or volunteers of FAS Outreach Program as well as other registered participants and, if requested by their parents/guardians, the parents/guardians of other registered participants. The video conferencing software that will be used is Zoom, which is based in San Jose, California and therefore has servers based outside of Canada. For Zoom’s privacy policies, please check out https://zoom.us/docs/en-us/childrens-privacy.html.
I AGREE: By clicking “I agree”, I (a) consent to my child participating in the Hour++ of Code workshop and to the disclosure of my child’s and/or my personal information in this manner and for the purposes described above and to its storage or disclosure outside Canada and (b) understand and accept the above information outlining the safety and privacy policies of the video conference tool.  
Q15 .     If you have any questions or concerns, please include them in the space below.

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