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Current Term Timetable - Tinker

2018 September Term (Sep-Nov) / 9 Weeks

Robotics: Building Blocks of a Creator

Course Info

No Prerequisite Needed

[Suitable for age 5-8] Designed for students without prior coding knowledge to learn to control the robots, create animations and games with the use of an iPad. They learn how to add different blocks of coding with basic concepts in mathematics and programming to complete challenges every lesson. AT030 is equivalent to Holiday Camp's module - Playful Discovery of Robotics.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:00 PM
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6:30 PM
Stamford
4:30 PM
to
6:00 PM
Stamford
5:00 PM
to
6:30 PM
Stamford
9:30 AM
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11:00 AM
Stamford
1:00 PM
to
2:30 PM

Introduction to 3D Printing & Modeling

Course Info

No Prerequisite Needed

Students learn to design and apply 3D design elements on their designs with the use of 3D modeling and printing techniques, using TinkerCad, a beginner friendly 3D modeling software. Students get to print out their very own 3D product to take home.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:15 PM
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6:45 PM

3D Minecraft Modding: Design Your Own Mods

Course Info

No Prerequisite Needed

[Suitable for age 7-8] This class covers the programming and technical concepts behind video game modding with Minecraft. Suitable for students without prior coding knowledge. AT120 is equivalent to Minecraft Modding in Holiday Camps.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
11:15 AM
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12:45 PM

Start from Scratch: Animations & Games

Course Info

[Suitable for age 7-8] Students learn how to use Scratch, a block-based programming tool developed by the MIT Media Lab, to design and build fun projects of animated stories and multimedia games. AT101 is equivalent to Holiday Camp's module Start from Scratch: Animation & Games.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:00 PM
to
6:30 PM
Stamford
5:00 PM
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6:30 PM
Stamford
9:30 AM
to
11:00 AM
Joo Chiat
11:45 AM
to
1:15 PM
Stamford
1:00 PM
to
2:30 PM

AT101 is equivalent to camp module - Start from Scratch: Animation & Games

Scratch II

Course Info

Scratch 102 is a deep dive in Scratch for aspiring young programmers following the Scratch 101 course. After learning the fundamentals of Scratch and creative programming, students in the Scratch 102 course solidify their understanding of key computer science concepts including sequences, loops, conditionals, abstraction and object-oriented programming by creating more advanced and even more fun multimedia games and projects.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:30 PM
to
7:00 PM
Dempsey Hill
11:15 AM
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12:45 PM
Stamford
1:00 PM
to
2:30 PM

AT102 is equivalent to camp module - Intermediate Scratch

Scratch III

Course Info

This Scratch 103 course allows students to experience the full range of Scratch and it's features. It further challenges tinker students to take charge in the process, from prototyping to creation.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:00 PM
to
6:30 PM
Stamford
9:30 AM
to
11:00 AM

Roblox: Code Your Own 3D Game

Course Info

Roblox is one of the most popular sandbox games constructed of Lego-like blocks with more than 65 million active users per month. It is a massively multiplayer online game creation platform for users to design and develop their own games as well as to play games created by other developers.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Dempsey Hill
9:30 AM
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11:00 AM
Stamford
11:15 AM
to
12:45 PM

Virtual Reality with CoSpaces: Design your own VR world

Course Info

In this course, we explore the fascinating world of Virtual Reality through hands-on building your own 3D space. We learn how to design a world in a 3D format, model objects as characters within our story, and guide the user through our new 3D world. Spatial thinking, 3D design and point of view are a few of the many important concepts that students grasp through this interactive and creative course.

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Stamford
5:30 PM
to
7:00 PM