Winter Virtual Classes - Programming Stories

When
Weekly on Tuesdays from Tue, Feb 1 to Tue, Mar 22
Tue (2/1) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (2/8) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (2/15) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (2/22) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (3/1) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (3/8) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (3/15) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
Tue (3/22) 12:30–2pm PDT (90 min)
424-280-4654
Where
Online
Ages
8–12 yrs old
Attendance
Optional: adults can stay or take a breather
Price
$280 Waitlist
About

Digital Dragon's weekly ONLINE class requires an Apple (MacOS), PC (Windows OS) or Chromebook. The use of a computer mouse, not a laptop trackpad, is strongly recommended.

DESCRIPTION:
Do you love to write and illustrate your own stories? This class takes young storytellers on an adventure to create multimedia projects, bringing their creations into the digital world. We’ll use digital design tools and the Scratch programming language to create games and stories to share with family and friends. Students will learn how to create custom art assets, develop exciting story narratives, and code their projects to make interactive adventures.

REFUND POLICY:
* Full refund, 1 week before the first day of an online class session
* Once classes start, NO REFUNDS.
* No credits nor refunds for absences due to illness or otherwise.
* We do not offer makeup classes, but private instruction can be available for additional costs.
* We will consider a transfer to another class with advance notice and based on availability.

TIME ZONE: Please check this to make sure you are signed up for a time that works for you.

TECH SET UP INSTRUCTIONS:

Please come prepared to the first day of class. If you have any questions with the programs you need for class, please let us know in advance: info@digitaldragon.co

We will be holding class in Google Meet. A link will be sent before the first day of class.

PROGRAMS
This class requires any computer with a web browser (Mac, PC, or Chromebook). Sorry, tablets and smart phones won’t work!

Task 3: To sign-up for a Scratch account (if you don’t have one already). Please follow this link: https://scratch.mit.edu/ and Click on “Join Scratch” and follow the instructions by adding an Email address and creating a new username - all the way through to the confirmation email. This will allow you to save and share projects.

Task 4: Please navigate to: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/ From there you can Begin using Scratch.

PLEASE make sure to check all of these boxes before class, so we can get started on time. We will see you in class!

Tags
After School, eLive, STEM, art, coding, Scratch, Programming, Class, and Fall 2020
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