Making Computer Games
Scratch Bootcamp is a two-day workshop (Mon 19 to Tue 20 September 2016) encouraging students to make their own digital games using the coding language Scratch. During the two days, students will learn the basics of:
o Designing games;
o Sourcing and making art for games; and
o Scratch coding for games.
The workshop goes for two days, and will cover an introduction to Scratch programming, as well as game design and art making.
This event is for beginners. Little to no experience is required.
We will be using the programming language Scratch, so this event is perfect if you want to learn how to code.
Intended for participants 10 to year 14 years old.
About Rough Science
Rough Science is a science communication and outreach company based in Melbourne and Edinburgh. Since 2011, Rough Science has produced video content, stage shows, holiday programs and class activities on a variety of themes in science.
The workshop is proudly supported by the Victorian Space Science Education Centre, and will be taking place on their premises at 400 Pascoe Vale Road, Strathmore VIC 3041.
At a glance
Scratch Bootcamp: Making Computer Games!
Dates: Monday 19 September to Tuesday 20 September, 2016
Times: 10am to 4pm
Age: Intended for 10 to 14 years old.
What to bring: Participants must bring their own lunch and water bottle. A computer or other device will not be necessary.