Introductory Digital Game Design

Digital Game Making with Scratch Programming

Ages 9-14
Duration
4 Hours
Timings
9AM – 1PM
Fees
₹ 1750
Locations
Leo & Mike@Jxtapose ,
ACK Alive 

Introductory Digital Game Design

Learn what it takes to make a digital game, and make your own tiny games using Scratch programming!

 

Schedule

Activities

  • Learners get introduced to game design, game mechanics and game development.
  • They learn the Scratch Software interface.
  • Learners use algorithmic thinking in order to design simple games and execute simple game functions in Scratch.
  • Learners design a game that can solve a real world problem, and develop the game using Scratch.

Learning Outcomes

  • Game design theory
  • Scratch programming language
  • Components of Scratch command Logic and commands
  • Conceptualising a game design Designing the game

Skills Augmented

Reading Comprehension, Public Speaking & Presentation Skills, Writing Skills, Motor Skills, Digital Literacy, Analytical Thinking, Creative Design, Problem Solving, Listening, Collaboration & Decision Making

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the workshop for? 
This is a 4-hour introductory workshop aimed at inculcating curiosity towards themes like Hydraulics, Game Design, Space Exploration through project-based learning.

Will food be provided?
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

Who will be teaching?
Trained facilitators who have undergone intensive training in learning psychology, classroom management, experiential & project-based learning methodologies for different tools film making, electronics, programming, design and various subjects including sciences, technology, engineering, design, and arts.

Will my child be required to bring anything from home?
No, all the equipment and materials will be provided.

What takeaways will my child get?
Your child will get a certificate from Leo&Mike and an accordion journal where they have recorded their reflection and learning. 

What to expect?

Safe, secure and nurturing environment

Access to cutting edge tools and technology

1:9 Facilitator- Student ratio

All equipment and materials provided