Creative Workshop for Children: My First Video Game
14/11 | SATURDAY | 10:00 – 11:00
15/11 | SUNDAY | 10:00 – 12:00
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A programming workshop for kids aged 7 to 13, intended to teach the participants how to make their own video games. The workshop employs a simple software for creating video games that allows us to combine visual and sound elements into an interactive whole. The participants will get a handle on the increasingly popular tool for learning programming, MIT Scratch. It is a piece of technology intended for kids and beginners developed at MIT. At the end of the workshop, the participants will create their own video game.
Nika Tilić graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, FER. During her studies she was active in the association Programerko, where she devised and held programming workshops for primary school kids. She actively promotes STEM fields of expertise, especially programming and mathematics, and often participates in popular science activities for children. In 2017, as part of the strategy for children’s films promotion, she devised and organized “Kokov tajni klub detektiva,” a project devised to attract children to STEM disciplines through programming and cryptography workshops. Since 2017, she works at the digital marketing agency, Izone.
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