LoveDULUTH
LoveDULUTH
Spreading Cultural Awareness
 

W H A T

Game Design & Development Camp

with Academic Assessment

and College Prep

W H E R E

1795 Buford Hwy
Duluth, GA 30097

Sekwang Mission Center

W H E N

July 22-26, 2019

9AM-4PM

 

Educating tomorrow’s game developers

Welcome to the world of Game Design & Development! In this summer course, students will learn the basic elements that it takes to create any game.  Students will explore, evaluate, and critique a variety of games.  Working with a team, student will develop ideas and create their own game.  No coding experience necessary!

All students ages 11-17 are welcome. Capacity is set at 25 students/week.

Play some games from previous camps here: http://www.zapmil.com/student-made-games/

Contact 404-436-1635 for more information.

 

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Camp Features:

  • STEM-based curriculum: Each student will  enhance their STEM/STEAM skills while in the summer classroom. Using a variety of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics elements in each session, we emphasize smart AND fun learning.

  • Team-building: Team-building is critical for students as they develop skills to lead in their community and workplaces. We work with the student teams to build trust, mitigate conflict, encourage communication, and increase collaboration to prepare for success in the classroom and in the future workplace.

  • Soft-skills training: Our student learners know that soft-skills are a necessity in real world environments. Time management, problem-solving, strong verbal/written communication, constructive criticism, and leadership training are just a few we help develop in our sessions.

  • Work hard, play hard: Not just another manifesto.  Each student gains real experience by applying good work ethic and having fun at the same time.  The students are gaining future skills, which can be used in the popular tech industry.  Plus, they have the benefits of  enjoying the activity of game development outside of just “playing the game.”

 
This camp is brought to you by Zapmil LLC, proud affiliate of GGDC and leaders in education for game development.

This camp is brought to you by Zapmil LLC, proud affiliate of GGDC and leaders in education for game development.