Advanced Scratch Coding and the Engineering Design Process: 1-on-1 Private Classes
Dates: Tuesdays, January 9, 2024 onwards, 9am-10am EST
In this 60-min session, students will solidify their knowledge of MIT’s Scratch platform (https://scratch.mit.edu/) while also learning about the iterative engineering design process. This process involves identifying the problem, brainstorming solutions, prototyping, testing solutions and critiquing them. Students will be able to put their ‘engineering hard hats’ on to think systematically, logically and consider a variety of factors when choosing design solutions for their Scratch project.
This class is student-led, so the topic of each class is decided based on student’s interests. Each week, the student will create a new project that combines familiar elements on the Scratch interface, based on the topic on interest.
My role in this class will be to enable students to apply their creativity in a productive way – while also learning key skills in design thinking, such as brainstorming, prototyping and communicating design solutions. In addition, as an engineer, I will take a small portion of the class to discuss potential career options in engineering – and where engineering design would be applied in these career options.
**Note: This class is for students who have significant experience with the elements of Scratch and are looking to create advanced-level projects with multiple components & features. For beginner or intermediate (instructor-led) classes, please check out my other courses.**
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