Meet Our July 2021 Project of the Month Winners | Python Level 1 & 2

POSTED ON JUNE 30, 2021

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Standout Juni Students

Our students at Juni Learning are always surprising us with their creativity and ingenuity!

Once again, to recognize their hard work and creativity, we are excited to present our Project of the Month winners. We've enlisted our instructors, each hand-picked from top U.S. colleges like Stanford, Harvard, UC Berkeley, and MIT, to nominate their students and recognize their stellar projects.

For July 2021, we proudly award Juni Project of the Month to Jordan R., Karolina T., and Demyan K. for excellence in their respective projects! With all the amazing submissions from the thousands of students at Juni, it was truly a challenge to select the winners — which is why we continue to run this contest regularly!


Karolina T., 12 Years Old

Throughout Python Level 1, Karolina has exhibited a stellar hardworking ethic. She is determined to utilize concepts she learned in class, independently debugging her code as she progresses through a project. Watching her build her Master Project truly showed me how much she learned from the course, and I am incredibly proud of her accomplishments! Karolina took the key takeaways from Python and created a game that is both fun to play and visually appealing.

- Minhat M., Juni Instructor, Georgia Institute of Technology



Check out Karolina T's coding project: Jumping Turtle (Python Level 1: Graphics Superstar, GrS13 Master Project)

Jumping Turtle

Jordan R., 14 Years Old

Jordan put her own creative spin on the Type Racer project. I always thought Type Racer was a simple and straight-forward project, but she definitely proved me wrong! Jordan spent a lot of time thoughtfully brainstorming how she should approach her project in the form of pseudocode. Then, she worked to modularize her code which made everything look very clean and organized. What made her project really special was that she added different modes of difficulty for the game (a total of 4!). Also her attention to detail was stellar since she spent a lot of time customizing all aspects of her project even down to which emojis she wanted to print for different outcomes. Overall, super proud of what Jordan was able to learn and accomplish while coding this project!

- Ying Z., Juni Instructor, Johns Hopskins University

Check out Jordan R.'s coding project: TR but it's not clickbait (Python Level 2 PS12 Typeracer)

Typeracer

Demyan K., 13 Years Old

Demyan should win project of the month because his project is fun, creative, and demonstrates great programming skills. Demyan worked very hard to finish this project from start to finish, and his game is genuinely fun to play. I've found myself playing it trying to reach new high scores before class. He also followed programming practices and included comments throughout his code, so if other students were to view his project they could learn how it works.

- Sean B., Juni Instructor, Lehigh University

Check out Demyan K.'s coding project: Dodge the hitters (Python Level 1, Module 13)

Dodge the hitters

More coming soon!

Congratulations again to our outstanding winners! Be sure to look out for our next winners coming soon.


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