Course Detail: DSCT103 - Data Science: A Beginner's Guide for High School Students - (High School) IN-PERSON

Data Science: A Beginner's Guide for High School Students:  

Are you intrigued by the power of data and technology? Do you want to explore the world of data science and discover how it shapes our lives? If you're a high school student with a curious mind and a passion for learning, this project is perfect for you!

Project Overview:

"Data Science: A Beginner's Guide" is an exciting educational initiative created just for high school students like you. Data science is a dynamic field that merges computer science, mathematics, and domain expertise to unravel the mysteries hidden in data. In this project, you'll embark on a journey to unlock the secrets of data science.

What You'll Learn:

Data Science Fundamentals: Delve into the core concepts of data science, covering aspects such as data collection, analysis, and visualization. Gain a strong foundation in this dynamic field and understand its real-world applications.

Data Visualization: Explore the art of presenting data in a visual and compelling way. Learn how to create charts, graphs, and interactive visualizations, enhancing your ability to communicate findings effectively.

Hands-On Learning: Get ready to roll up your sleeves! You'll have the opportunity to work on engaging activities and projects that bring data science to life. You'll see how data science is used in the real world.

Develop Critical Skills: Beyond acquiring knowledge, this project focuses on developing essential skills. Enhance your critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, data literacy, and data visualization skills-skills that are valuable in various academic and professional pursuits.


Students will work on diverse projects, such as analyzing trends in social media data, predicting outcomes based on historical data, and exploring datasets related to topics of interest. These projects will not only reinforce theoretical concepts but also allow students to apply their skills in practical scenarios.

LUNCH: Students staying for full day or for both morning and afternoon sessions can bring or buy their lunch.  All students will eat lunch on Campus in The Commons, a small food court.

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