Creative Computing

July 9–13 or July 16–20

Half-day: 8:45–11:30 a.m.

Ages 10-14

Want to watch your friends compete in a game YOU created? Or bring digital characters to life online? Using MIT’s Scratch programming language, you’ll build your own games and animations from the ground up, including graphics and sounds! Along the way, you’ll practice design thinking, learn fundamental computer programming, and gain valuable experience working in a diverse and collaborative environment.

Because Scratch is web-based, students can easily access, share, and work on their projects from home during and after the course. Creative Computing is open to ages 10-14. No prior experience with programming necessary!

Campers may join other MB camps in the afternoon, but must register separately.

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Tuition

Registration begins January 1, 2018. MB Camps will be closed on Wednesday July 4, 2018 in observance of Independence Day.

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Director

Dave Wasser

Creative Computing

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Dave Wasser

David is the middle school technology teacher at Moses Brown and has been working with students in middle schools for over 15 years. He is passionate about using technology to bridge the traditional divide between “right brain” and “left brain” in order to nurture creative problem-solving skills.