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Coding and Game Development in Scratch for Beginners (1 on 1 Private 45 Mins)

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Mentorhood Mathematics
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Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(320)
This class is designed to provide learners with a strong foundation in coding and game development using Scratch and our 3-level Coding Curriculum.

Class experience

This class require learners to:
- share screen while using zoom
- open zoom and browser in the same monitor, using them side by side
OR
- use two devices, one with zoom and the other one with scratch
Parent's help is greatly appreciated if any technical difficulties arise. 
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Software & Materials Requirement:
- Scratch Account (recommended)
- Windows 10 / MAC laptop or desktop 
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
We ask that a parent or guardian (18+) please stay with your learner (off camera due to Outschool policy) on the first day to assist your learner in case of any technical difficulties such as sharing screen, dual monitors, use of two devices and so on. 
Learner will need a Scratch account in order to attend this class. Creating a Scratch account allows students to save their work to the cloud and share their projects with the teacher. This is important when the learner runs into a problem and need to show the teacher what he/she did. Scratch accounts are completely free and you can sign up here:
https://scratch.mit.edu/join. Please contact us for detailed instructions if you have difficulties signing up an account.

Popular
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(320)
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Our mission is to nurture and discover the potential of individuals; we build characters and confidence that help them make life decisions. 
About our Visible Thinking Math classes: 
In our technology-driven society, Mathematics is undoubtedly... 
1-on-1 Lessons

$36

per session
Meets on demand
45 min

Completed by 5 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-12

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