Computer Programming & Video Game Ethics - June 15-19
Adapted for Virtual Camp, explore Mindcraft, Rocketly and Drone Technology.
Investigate a variety of popular video games and discuss what makes them ideal for Esports. Explore systematic strategy and tactics to improve your play. When not playing discuss a variety of computer languages and practice computer programming. Develop basic and intermediate skills programmers apply to develop the Metagame. Throughout the week discuss issues concerning video games in our society today such as stereotyped characters, addiction, and gaming as an evolving art form.
Gamers and non-gamers are welcome and encouraged to take this course.
This course is only offered once this summer and taught by computer programmer Matias Seibert. Matias is a trained programmer and spends his free time mastering Super Smash Bros.
- Refunds will not exceed the amount of money paid.
- For cancellations received by May 15, 2020, 50% of money paid will be refunded. The remaining balance, minus the application fee, will be credited towards a future program in the next 18 months.
- Cancellations received by May 16, 2020 until one week (seven days) before the scheduled week, will receive a 25% refund of tuition paid and 50% credit of monies paid, minus the application fee, will be applied to a future program in the next 18 months.
- No refunds will be given for cancellations received less than seven days before the scheduled program unless the student transfers to a different program that has availability.
Students will receive course materials specific to this course. It does not include the STEAM Toolkit.
Stand Alone Program
This is a standalone program, separate from our other Virtual Camps. Students will receive unique course materials.
Students need a Mac or PC for this course. Chromebooks are not compatible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for full system requirements.