Find new ways to express yourself through video game creation!
Students will follow in the footsteps of great female coders such as Ada Lovelace and Grace Hopper and discover how their contributions helped make the games we play to.
Use your creativity to design and code original video games using Scratch, a visual programming language.
Create digital artwork for your video games, learn about level creation, how to throw objects to vanquish your enemies, and much more!
Students will leave the course with two original video games.
Regular attendance is necessary as skills build over each session.
Timetable and Enrolment
- Start: Tuesday 8 May 2018
Finish: Tuesday 26 June 2018
Tuesdays 4.00pm - 5.30pm (8 weeks, 1.5 hours per week) Creative and Performing Arts Centre (CPAC)Timing
- Creative and Performing Arts Centre (CPAC), GR2Location
- Jess WeichlerTeacher
- Girls and boys aged 8-12 yearsTarget Market
- $170 for Term 2 (8 weeks)Price/Student (incl GST)
- New EnrolmentEnrolment
About Jess Weichler
Jess Weichler is a media arts educator at the MakerBox.
Ever since childhood she has been creating digital worlds through game design. Aside from a few lessons learnt from her 8-year old students, she is self-taught in the Scratch programming language, the Processing java subset, and a robotic Hummingbird micro-controller. She has taught these skills since 2012, and her courses are still in use both locally and abroad in the United States.