Tech Time

Tech Time

Lead Ambassador, Gerard, is excited to share his passion for coding with a weekly project specially designed for elementary and middle school-aged children.

Project Info


This project is being led by local high school student Gerard. This project is open to all elementary and middle school-aged students. All skill levels welcome!


Lead Ambassador, Gerard, has reignited Tech Time to share his passion for coding with a weekly project. This project and its curriculum will be run via Scratch. Gerard has designed this project especially for elementary and middle school-aged children and is excited to showcase this technology and all it can do.


Join this weekly tech project to learn more about the art of coding. Tech Time will teach coding 101 and walk participants through the process of building their own video game. This project will meet virtually via ZOOM every Wednesday from 5:00 - 6:00 pm.


Every Wednesday
January 13th - March 10th
5:00 - 6:00 pm

If you would like to participate please sign up below!

Project History

This project was started by Tyler.  Here is his story:

"Hi! My name is Tyler and I really enjoy technology. In a digital age, coding can be an art form with which to express yourself, and a really fun way to create. Tech Time is a project to help kids learn an essential skill for the coming century: how to code. In this project, we will be teaching a small class of middle school students the basic coding concepts using Scratch, a drag and drop system that runs Javascript. We are excited to be sharing our love of coding with the kids at the Carver Center, Norwalk!"