Saturday, November 6, 2021
Although some people may think that Scratch is only used to teach young children how to code, it actually has powerful drawing and coding tools that can be used to create professional animations. In this session, we will use Scratch to code and animate our own names! Check this example of an animated CAGIS logo (press the green flag on the screen)!
Preparation: Sign up for a free Scratch account at https://scratch.mit.edu/join and make note of your username and password. Please do not use your real name as your username for privacy and safety reasons.
Expert: Ana Rodrigues has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and is a volunteer coordinator for CAGIS Toronto. Her passion for technology started when she learned how to code at ten years old. She has 20 years of experience teaching coding for students of all ages and now develops STEAM projects for her company, GarageLab.