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Coding and Game Development - Part 2
This 8-week course is designed to follow my first class — Intro to Coding and Game Development. Students will build on the skills learned there with new tools, open-ended problems, and more game development.
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Completed by 7 learners
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learners per class
$38 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 8 weeks
60 minutes per class
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This 8 week course is designed for students ages 7 to 12 who have completed the Intro to Coding and Game Development class. Each week will consist of a one-hour live, online lesson and a few independent practice exercises to reinforce new concepts. In this class, students will build on the skills they learned in the last class, and work towards solving more open-ended problems, applying more advanced tools, and adding more complex functionality to their game. By the end of these 8 weeks,...
- Apply the coding tools taught in Part 1 to appropriately challenging problems - Practice and Develop Problem- Solving Skills - Gain confidence and experience with solving problems that are difficult or confusing at first glance - Give students additional tools to implement the features they imagine for their personal projects and games
After each lesson I will send out a PDF with the next set of practice problems. I will also encourage students to take some extra time, outside of class, to apply each lesson to their personal game. In total I would expect this to take less than 1 hour per week, though I'm happy to suggest additional self-guided activities if a student is interested.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
To make setup as easy as possible, we will continue using Codepen for writing and running code.
Uber Software Engineer + Harvard Grad teaching coding, logic, and problem solving through game development
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
20 total reviews
35 completed classes
I studied Statistics and Computer Science at Harvard University before working at Uber and Square as a software engineer for over 4 years. Last year, I shifted my focus to teaching because I wanted to help kids develop the thinking skills and...