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Summer Boot Camps 2019

Summer Boot Camp for Kids & Teens

Posted on 27 Jun, 2018

Duration

10 Days

Categories

Game Development, Programming, Art

Let’s make these summers productive for your child. It's time for us to teach our kids STEAM & 21st-century skills: Game Development is the most fun way to teach kids about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. PGA is super excited to host bootcamp for kids (Age: 12+ years) starting from 17th June, 2019. What is better way to spend the holidays than to get hands-on training in making the very things we all love: Games. We are offering a variety of programs to encourage them on learning some essential skills like teamwork, project planning, storyboard creation, critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, adapting to new challenges.

Who is the target audience?

All kids from age 12+
Students should bring their own Laptops and/or Tablets with them for the Camp.


Students will be learning:

  • Game design by creating physical board games and Minecraft
  • Coding by playing games (Scratch)
  • Strategy building and design thinking
  • Hour of Code with Microsoft Certification
  • Basic Game coding with easy to learn software,
  • Experiment with programming to build creativity and confidence
  • Create and Play board games
  • Learn to draw using AI and coding
  • Group activities for team building & Problem-solving skills.

Curriculum

  • 12 Lectures
  • 12 - 18 Hours
  • This multimedia adventure is the perfect course for aspiring coders. Your student will create animated stories and games while learning programming concepts with Scratch. With this drag-and-drop platform developed by MIT, they'll play with sprites and blocks to set a foundation of computational thinking—an essential skill in today’s tech-driven world. We break up the day with supervised outside play, sports, and activities.
  • Your student will create, explore, and put their problem-solving skills to the test by building maps and creating resource packs in Minecraft. Then, they'll take control of their world with command blocks and Redstone. This course isn't just about building in Minecraft: Many educators have adopted the Minecraft platform as a way to build reading, writing, math, and science skills. Outside play, sports, and other activities are also a part of the full camp experience.
  • AutoDraw is a new kind of drawing tool. It pairs machine learning with drawings from talented artists to help everyone create anything visual, fast. We will provides multiple activities that involves drawing and creating their own thematic landscapes and world, which help students to visualize their imaginative ideas.
  • Tinkercad is an easy, browser-based 3D design and modeling tool for all. Tinkercad is also a perfect 3d printing companion – it allows you to imagine anything, and then design it in minutes! Our activities will help students to visulaise theme based environments in group acttivites.
  • Sometimes people get the most satisfaction from a game which they have made themselves - whether it be a simple board game invented with their own rules, to a full scale beanbag toss game which can be used for years. The ideas and rules they come up with might not be conventional, but they will enjoy the game all the more and learn more from the experience.
  • Microsoft Started this an hour of Code program to introduce Coding to kids/teens on early level of education. Students can learn by choosing a tutorial from over 100 one-hour computer science activities from Microsoft, Code.org and partners. That one-hour tutorial will develop students interest and information about computer science, coding and tech. Students will also get certification at the end.
  • Will include Playing Games, Team building activities, Brainstorming and visulizing ideas, Physical prototype of a board game, Mental Math ,Creative Writing (Story telling) , Glimpse in to the Future, Parents Activity (Screen time management) and Game Design WorkshopMicrosoft Started this an hour of Code program to introduce Coding to kids/teens on early level of education. Students can learn by choosing a tutorial from over 100 one-hour computer science activities from Microsoft, Code.org and partners. That one-hour tutorial will develop students interest and information about computer science, coding and tech. Students will also get certification at the end.

Trainers :

Javeria Ali

Visual Artist (2D)

Sadia Bashir

C.E.O / Founder PixelArt Games Academy

Haider Ali Shishmahal

Producer Cyberjack Studios

Schedule :

Dates: 

Batch 1: From 17th June 2019 to 28th June 2018

Batch 2: From 29th July 2019 to 9th August 2018

Day Timings Description
Monday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Study Class
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Study Class
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Study Class
Thursday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Study Class
Friday 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Study Class

 

Fee Details :

  • Course Fee = 15,000 PKR
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*Course Fee is non-refundable.

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