This is a special FREE online class presented by KidPass Live Stage (https://kidp.as/live). KidPass Live Stage is a free livestream series that is open for the community showcases many the incredible classes instructors on KidPass.
In this demo class, students will learn how to create amazing Games with Scratch they can play with their friends.
Things to learn:
- Game Development with Scratch
How it works:
The demo class runs via Zoom for 30 minutes it is tutorial-based. The class will utilize the flipped classroom learning model.
When a child has a question they can virtually raise their hand and a teacher joins them for 1x1 assistance.
Note that as a KidPass Live Stage performance, this class and your participation may be posted on KidPass social media. Since it is formatted for a large audience, there will be limited instructor interaction. If you enjoy the class, please visit the instructor's KidPass page where you can find other class offerings and formats including small-group, interactive classes. Learn more about KidPass Live Stage at http://kidp.as/live.
When to arrive:
A laptop or desktop computer with keyboard, mouse, and headphones are all required for this class. Furthermore, we recommend each learner to have Zoom preinstalled on their computer before the first day of class.
24 hours in advance
Upcoming Schedule for Scratch Game Programming - KidPass Live Stage
3801 North Capital Of Texas Highway, Building D-Suite 130, Austin, TX 78746
Upper East Side
At Code Galaxy, we make coding fun for kids ages 5-14. Our students learn basic to advanced computer and programming skills, giving them 21st-century tools for creative expression.
Our in-person instruction program provides a collaborative and inclusive environment to launch your child ahead with the skills and habits of mind needed in the age of technology.
We’re based in our hometown of Austin, TX. Through our hybrid learning model, we’re able to combine the best parts of online and in-person learning while avoiding the pitfalls of each.
At Code Galaxy, students work at their own pace using a flipped learning model with one-on-one in-person support and projects.
Our teachers will make computer science engaging and accessible to students. The flipped learning model enables advanced students to learn at their own pace. They can complete the exercises and practices required to understand the concepts and skills quickly and thrive using new knowledge and creativity in creating their own programs.
Currently, there is a lack of quality technology and coding education in schools. As a result of there being a few qualified teachers, what is currently being taught does not give students a thorough understanding of computer science and programming.