IGDA Scotland To Hold Mini Game Jam For Primary School Kids

IGDA Scotland has announced its first ever Mini Game Jam, focused on primary school children. The organisation is working with researcher Amanda Wilson, who has worked for the last three years, with primary school age children, using the programming language Scratch. Amanda recognised a real need for younger children to be given the chance to... Continue Reading →

Computer Xplorers – Preparing Children For The Future

The concept of introducing kids to computer skills is something which has been getting a great deal of traction recently.  From the mini game jam and Dare to be Digital LaunchPad or Dare School's Challenge for High Schools in Dundee, it seems that primary and high school children across Scotland are getting the chance to... Continue Reading →

Mini Game Jam – Kids, Computers, Games From Scratch

The interest in computing and game development in schools has been on the rise recently.  Encouraging kids to explore the opportunities of game development, as well as a wider understanding of computing software development and the whole science and technology thing. Its all very encouraging. The latest event to be announced is a mini game... Continue Reading →

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