Coding & Tech
Create an Augmented Reality Game (11 - 14 Years Old)
Students will program an augmented reality game with Scratch
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Students will program an augmented reality game using Scratch block programming Utilizing logical and problem solving skills along with basic math, geometry and ELA, students will modify and create new control and variable blocks. Students will need a Scratch account for this project. Sprites(ojects) and stages(backgrounds) will be provided during the class for students to upload and program. Students must be able to download and upload images from they desktop, laptop. It is highly...
Through this coding activity, students will gain knowledge in block-based programming along with modifying and creating new blocks. Students will improve on their logic and problem solving skills which lends to improvement in the core subjects of math, geometry and ELA.
This class is being offered to help students achieve beyond proficiency in their core subjects particularly in ELA and Math. I have over 10 years of experience teaching technology integration with core subjects to students, teachers and administrators. Combining computer science and technology with these subjects enable students to look a problem from different lens and coming up with solutions in a non-traditional way.
Students must have a Scratch accounts before class. If you need to create an account, Go to scratch.mit.edu to create a Scratch account No purchase is required to create a Scratch account. If this is your first time working with Scratch, become familiar with the blocks;how to drag and drop the blocks' and also how to run your program.
Assessments will be conducted visually through the observation of the students completing their project.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students must have a Scratch accounts before class. If an account is needed, go to scratch.mit.edu to create a Scratch account No purchase is required to create a Scratch account. If this is the student's first time working with Scratch, please become familiar with the blocks; how to drag and drop the blocks in the working panel and also how to run a program.
K-12 STEAM Integrator and techie at heart
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I am a K-12 STEAM Integrator and techie at heart that enjoys teaching electronics, programming, robotics, drones, and engineering concepts. My concentration is in Computer Science and technology integration with primary and middle school core...