Foundational ICT - Scratch and Modelling

Creating games and models from scratch!

Mentored by

Jason Eichner

A creative writing and IT educator!

Location address: Forest Row, RH18 5HD
Chosen age group:

For ages: 10 - 14 years

Available tickets:
Standard £3.80/hr
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest
A summary
This is the third block of lessons of my "Foundational ICT" lesson plan. The first and second can be found on my mentor profile. This term will build on skills and confidence developed during the earlier terms. Teaching intentions are: Making Games with Scratch Using the Scratch development system to build simple games and animations, learning the foundations of coding and logic. Modelling with Blender Creating 3D models using Blender, learning about vertex-based model editing and newer "sculpting" modelling techniques
About your mentor
Jason Eichner
A creative writing and IT educator!
I have worked in IT and cybersecurity my adult life, and have been teaching for several years. Outside of teaching, I work for myself building websites and programs for local businesses. I currently run two regular ICT groups in Forest Row, teaching young learners how to stay safe online whilst still enjoying the many wonderful avenues of learning and design IT opens up.
Learning aims
Aim 1
To develop an understanding of computer logic
Aim 2
To be able to make simple games with Scratch
Aim 3
To be able to make models using Blender
Pricing information
Ticket nameStandard
Price£3.80
Where we'll be
1 The Square, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5HD
Safety
Basic DBS
Public Liability Insurance
Smoke Detector

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