Scratch coding 3rd grade and up with a real TEACHER
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Learn Scratch by creating games with a certified and experience teacher!
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Created by Eric Ruffalo
Last updated 8/2017
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $25 Discount: 60% off
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Includes:
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 8 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Approach problems logically.
  • Create simple games.
  • Understand basic computer science.
  • Learn about flow charts and how to use them
  • Create games or add to the games created in this course
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Requirements
  • Students will not need any prior knowledge of coding or materials.
  • Basic PC skills are required
  • A free Scratch account.
Description

(For Parents and or Teachers)

Hello and welcome to my very first course on Udemy. For over 9 years I was a teacher. Through my career I have taught every level of education from Pre-K to 12th grade and even special education programs. 

This course is designed with 3rd grade students in mind, however, this course would be a great introduction to programming for older students as well as training for teachers who would like to learn coding or would like a fun and safe video for instructing their class.

This course utilizes my years of experiences teaching and my own fun personality to explain and ground programming and it's various concepts and complexities. 

This course will lead you or your student through all the steps you need to understand and to create your own games.So let's learn Scratch and Computer Science!

Throughout the course you will watch and follow along with several videos that are easy to follow to create fun, simple, and unique games.

You will be able to view my computer screen as I walk you through programming in scratch to make games like:

Zombie Shooter

Space Defense

Dress up Dan

Wack a Mole

And More!

Let's Get To Coding!

Who is the target audience?
  • 3rd grade to 5th grade students.
  • Teachers.
  • School age children.
  • Those with little or no coding knowledge.
  • Anyone who wants to learn how to code.
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Curriculum For This Course
29 Lectures
02:59:11
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Introduction To Scratch Basics
8 Lectures 49:45


The Scratch layout and your first simple program.
07:28

Creating Animation with Costumes. The Walking Dog.
10:04


What Is a Clone in Scratch?
06:37

What is the X and Y Axis in Scratch?
03:21

Changing colors and Size with Sounds (Whistling Ball)
07:48
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Simple Games!
4 Lectures 30:25
The Dress Up Game.
09:40

Wack A Mole PT 1.
06:49


Wack A Mole PT 3.
06:19
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Fish Eater
5 Lectures 23:31

Fish game pt 2
04:49

Fish game pt 3
02:33

Fish game pt 4
11:55

Fish game pt 5
00:33
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Space Shooter
2 Lectures 13:01

Simple Space Shooter PT2
06:08
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Maze!
2 Lectures 33:30
The Maze PT1
15:05

The Maze PT 2
18:25
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Zombie Shooter!
8 Lectures 28:59

Zombie Shooter PT 2
04:19

Zombie Shooter PT 3
02:36

Zombie PT 4
03:47

Zombie Shooter PT 5
03:34

Zombie Shooter PT 6
03:13

Zombie Shooter PT 7
03:21

Zombie Shooter PT 8
05:38
About the Instructor
Eric Ruffalo
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Certified Teacher with over 10 years of classroom experience

Hello, My name is Eric Ruffalo. I am a Certified Technology and Art teacher living and working in Austin, Tx. I began my career in Special education and soon after began to teach art. It wasn't until I became interested in 3D printing that I became interested in programming. I had always loved technology, though the majority of its use was to play games and surf the internet. When I became interested in 3D printing I tasked myself with building and programming my own 3D printer. While I was building the printer I came to love the creativity programming can offer. I now teach coding at the highest performing elementary and middle school in my area and I would love to teach you as well.