Java Programming Fundamentals in Alice and Eclipse

This course aims to engage learners with intermediate, little or no programming experience to create Java programs. Participants are introduced to object-oriented programming concepts, terminology and syntax, and the steps required to create basic Java programs using the Alice and Eclipse interactive development environments. Hand-on practice enables learners to experience the power of computer programming.

The Java™ programming language can be challenging for computer programmers with limited or no experience in object-oriented programming. To provide an easy introduction to Java, Alice is explored first in this course, so that fundamental principles and skills are established using 3D animations in a fun, visually rich environment.

When learners become familiar with the concepts of object-oriented programming, they can proceed with the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), which is widely used in computer programming. It contains a basic workspace and an extendable plug-in system for customising the environment.

  • Age: Children (7-12), Teenagers (13-17), Adults (18+)
  • Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Lesson duration: 45 minutes, 1 hour, 90 minutes
  • Languages: English, Greek

The content and pace of the course is adapted to the age and needs of the learners.

If you would like a session to discuss your needs click here. (free of charge)

Then, if you are interested in having more lessons, you can check the prices and register for the course by clicking here (children) or here (adults).

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