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Spark your child's creativity with Scratch! Unlock coding secrets, create games, and share their masterpieces. No experience needed.
Welcome to the exciting world of creative coding with Scratch! 🎮 Are you ready to embark on a fun-filled journey into the realm of programming and game design? Join us in this engaging Outschool class designed exclusively for beginners aged 8-13, where we'll dive into the basics of Scratch programming and help you create your very own interactive game. Course Overview: In this "Introduction to Scratch Programming" class, we'll lay the foundation for your coding adventure by taking you...
This class is taught in English.
By the end of this engaging Outschool class, your young coder will: 1. **Master the Scratch Interface:** Navigate the user-friendly Scratch platform like a pro, gaining a solid understanding of its key components and tools. 2. **Decode the Magic of Code Blocks:** Unlock the secrets of code blocks – those colorful building blocks of code that will empower your child to create and control characters, movements, and interactions in their very own game. 3. **Craft Enchanting Sprites:** Weave the spell of creativity by coding unique sprites, guiding them through enchanting journeys within the game world, and mastering their appearances and actions. 4. **Forge a Simple, Playable Game:** Ignite your child's coding passion as they piece together their first game! Witness the power of code in action as your child assembles code blocks to bring characters to life, solve puzzles, and create a world that's uniquely their own. 5. **Command Attention with Showcasing Skills:** Elevate your child's coding prowess by showcasing their completed game to friends and family. Learn how to effectively share and present their creation, building confidence and communication skills. 6. **Cultivate a Creative Tech Mindset:** Nurture a mindset of innovation and exploration as your child discovers the thrilling blend of creativity and technology. They'll develop problem-solving skills and a sense of accomplishment that will carry them forward on their coding journey. 7. **Unlock Future Coding Endeavors:** Lay a strong foundation for future coding success. Your child will possess the essential skills and confidence to embark on more advanced coding projects, opening doors to limitless possibilities in the world of technology. 8. **Join a Supportive Coding Community:** Become part of a supportive coding community where your child can interact with peers, share achievements, and receive guidance from an experienced instructor who is passionate about sparking their coding curiosity. By the end of this captivating journey, your child will emerge as a budding coding artist, equipped with the skills to transform their imaginative ideas into tangible, interactive experiences. Enroll them now in this exciting "Introduction to Scratch Programming" class and witness the transformation firsthand! 🌟🚀
Tirre' is has had 12 years of experience in education. The last 6 years have been primarily in the field of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). She has solid foundation in content knowledge, a broad use of technology integration in the classroom, differentiated instruction for diverse learners, and creating a positive and engaging learning environment that inspires students to be curious, creative, and successful.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
👩👦 **Parental Guidance for "Introduction to Scratch Programming" Class:** 1. **Supportive Involvement:** Encourage your child's learning journey by showing interest in their progress. Ask about their projects, offer assistance when needed, and celebrate their achievements! 2. **Set Up Scratch Account:** Ensure your child has a Scratch account ready before the class starts. Follow the provided guide to create an account at scratch.mit.edu. 3. **Materials and Equipment:** Make sure your child has access to a computer or tablet with a reliable internet connection. They'll need this to fully engage in the class and create their projects. 4. **Quiet and Distraction-Free Environment:** Provide a quiet and comfortable space for your child to participate in the class, minimizing distractions so they can fully immerse themselves in the coding experience. 5. **Curiosity and Patience:** Coding can be both exciting and challenging. Encourage your child to ask questions and be patient with themselves as they learn new concepts and skills. 6. **Share Achievements:** Celebrate your child's progress and projects! Showcase their completed games and creations to family and friends, boosting their confidence and motivation. 7. **Open Communication:** Maintain open communication with the instructor. If your child encounters any difficulties or needs additional support, feel free to reach out for assistance. 8. **Parental Supervision:** While the class is designed to be interactive and engaging, it's recommended that younger students (under 10) have a parent or guardian nearby to offer assistance if needed. 9. **Safety and Etiquette:** Remind your child to adhere to online safety guidelines and practice respectful behavior when interacting with peers and instructors in the virtual classroom.
Meet the teacher
Growing up, I always felt a little different from my friends. I saw the world in my own unique way and it inspired me to ask questions, make mistakes, and learn as much as I could. That's why I love teaching so much. I believe that every young...
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Live video meetings
2-4 learners per class