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DIGITAL ANIMATION

$75

with Scott Carrizzo

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 11 am, runs for 2 weeks

Creating story and characters is key to creating interesting animations. This introductory class will provide the participants with pre-made characters and backgrounds. They will animate these characters and create a short animation. The students will walk away from this class with a good understanding of what they need to create their own original characters and scenes, as well as know how to use various apps to capture their animation digitally.

Ages: 8 to 10 

Will run

KODU GAME DESIGN

$295

with Kyle Brown

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 4 weeks

This is an introduction to programming for the younger set. We teach students computational thinking, logical problem solving, and the “condition/action” code structure in the immersive 3D environment of Kodu Game Lab. Students are guided through a series of exercises delivered over the duration of the course. Self-paced lessons gradually build and enable students to develop more complex gameplay, scoring systems, and interactivity. Students can even access exercises online – great for regular practice! Available from Microsoft, Kodu Game Lab is an educational program that has been embraced by students and teachers alike. Students should arrive with a Windows laptop with Kodu Game Lab installed (if possible). Taught by Kyle Brown (owner of Wilton App Academy)

Ages: 8 to 12

Adobe Animate

$225

with Scott Carrizzo

Calendar Jul 30, 2018 at 9 am

The class will focus on using Adobe Animate to create animations. Students will learn about the Adobe interface, keyframing, and tweening.

There is no prerequiste for this class.  Open to ages 11 and up

Advanced Coding

$260
Calendar Jul 30, 2018 at 9 am

For students that have completed our Level I Computer Science course (or comparable experience), our Level II Computer Science course continues our exploration of application design and development using the Python programming language. More complex concepts are introduced, including:object-oriented programmingbasic design patternsfile/data accessStudents will develop full-fledged applications, both individually and in teams. Students should arrive with a Windows or Mac laptop with Python 3.x installed (if possible).

CODING 201

$295

with Kyle Brown

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 11 am, runs for 4 weeks

For students that have completed our Level I Computer Science course (or comparable experience), our Level II Computer Science course continues our exploration of application design and development using the Python programming language. More complex concepts are introduced, including:object-oriented programmingbasic design patternsfile/data accessStudents will develop full-fledged applications, both individually and in teams. Students should arrive with a Windows or Mac laptop with Python 3.x installed (if possible).

AGES: PREVIOUS PYTHON CODING EXPERIENCE NEEDED

Design Thinking & Everyday Invention

$225

with Citizen Invention

Calendar Jul 23, 2018 at 12:30 pm

Take your inventor mindset and prototyping skills and turn your incredible ideas into reality. This STEM-based program will use a design thinking approach to help you explore, brainstorm, and prototype everyday invention projects. You’ll learn the basics of littleBits™ open-source modular electronics and use common craft and recycled materials to create your own innovative inventions. Be ready to amaze your friends and families with unique toys, pinball machines, interactive art works, and practical gadgets that you invent. 

Humanoid Robotics

$225

with Citizen Invention

Calendar Jul 23, 2018 at 9 am

What can humanoid robots do? Walk, talk, dance, sing..... and more! In this program, participants will program humanoid robots using EZ-Robot kits. They will learn to use commands and write programs (using RoboScratch or EZ-Script) to let humanoid robots perform singing, dancing, daily conversations and other interactions. They will also learn design thinking approach to create innovative use cases of humanoid robots in everyday life.  

Suitable for ages 8 to 13

Intro to Programming

$280

with Kyle Brown

Calendar Jul 23, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

If you’ve always wanted to “crack the code” behind the inner workings of those apps you use on a daily basis, then this course is for you. We use the Python programming language to gently introduce beginners to the art of software development. Our goal is to engage learners and hone their programming skills to a point where they are confident enough to continue further study on their own and put what they've learned to practical use. We start at ground-zero and methodically build up your knowledge with an emphasis on programming syntax, structure and flow control, while completing fun and challenging exercises that demonstrate programming in real life.





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