Learn Python & Game Development! (Ages 7-8)

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Introduction to Python in Game Development I
Course Code: PY101, PY102 (requires PY101 as prerequisite)
Ages: 7 – 8

Students in this course will be working with Python to understand computer algorithms and computer programming basics. This level serves as an introduction to computer programming concepts, designs, and implementations through learning how to create games by scripting themselves! At the end of this level, students will have created their own versions of their favorite games that they can share with their friends and family. Additionally, they will have built the foundations to understand computer programming principles and logic.

Learning outcomes for PY101:

Understand and describe the purpose of a variable, including giving examples
Create and organize unique objects
Make objects move in different ways
Track and understand collision between objects
Learning outcomes for PY102:

Build on the concepts learned in PY101 in alternative ways
Track new types of variables and use them in simple conditional statements
Simulate simplified physics
Describe and implement simple artificial intelligence
For more information regarding class times and cost, or to set-up a free evaluation fill out the short form on the right!

Prior knowledge or experience not required!
Prerequisites: None

Location and Program Information

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Where: madrona indpendent school
2040 W10th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6J 2B3

About Under the GUI
Under the GUI is a learning academy focusing on STEM programs for grades 1 - 12 students. We aspire to create an environment that inspires to innovate, think critically, and create with technologies.

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