Science is Everywhere Day Computer Science – Unplugged! Enterprise Library Sunday, April 30th – 2:00-3:00 We are very excited to announce that we will be again be hosting a free community event as part of the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival’s Science is Everywhere Day 2017. It’s all happening this year on Sunday, April 30th from 2-3 pm at the Enterprise Library. The
Sunday, February 14th | 5-9 pm | Ages 6+ TechBrainiacs is making Valentine’s Day easy this year with our special holiday Parents Night Out. You’ll be free to enjoy a nice, romantic night on the town knowing that the kids are enjoying four hours of nonstop fun from 5-9. This is going to be way better than the babysitter! Let’s be honest. For most
Reading and Video Games Go Together Like Chocolate and Peanut Butter! This is the first in our new “TechBrainiacs Tips” series offering technology tips for parents and kids. Check back here for more tips coming soon. Also, be sure to sign up for our mailing list to be notified about new classes, tips, discount offers, and more! Please get in touch and let us know
A Bit About Binary Las Vegas Library Sunday, April 26th – 12:45-1:45 We are very excited to announce that we will be hosting an event as part of the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival’s Science is Everywhere Day, which is happening this year on Sunday, April 26th. TechBrainiacs will be presenting a FREE Hour of Code workshop entitled “A Bit About Binary” at
This is a very exciting time! Things are really starting to take off with TechBrainiacs and we will have lots of exciting news coming your way in the very near future. Meanwhile, we want to share some of the coverage we’ve received in local online and print publications. Thanks to all the writers and publishers that made these stories possible. Meet TechBrainiacs: Making CS
In this post, we are going to profile a number of subscription boxes focused on helping kids engage in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related topics. Each box comes with fun activities, projects, and puzzles that are usually centered around one particular theme. We have not had the opportunity to order any of these ourselves, but each one of them grabbed our interest.
This Newsweek interview with Hadi Partovi, the co-founder and CEO of Code.org, is entitled “Deciphering the Code: Why America’s Kids Need to Learn Computer Science”. Hadi offers up some great information about why computer science education is important, the current state of computer science education in America, and more. Here are some excerpts that we thought were especially important and enlightening. You can read