This online course is designed for coaches looking to start or currently running a scholastic esports team in middle school, high school, community center, or collegiate program. The course content was co-developed by Skillshot (industry leader) and NASEF (global scholastic esports leader).
We will complete three projects that give in-depth examples of basic computer science concepts within Scratch. By the end of this course, you will feel confident coding your own projects in Scratch or growing your programming abilities with another language. If you are motivated to take this class but not able to afford the price, we will make it free - just contact us at [email protected]
This comprehensive two-day bootcamp provides educators with vital information to start an esports team or organization. The lessons cover different aspects of a well-functioning esports operation and provide guidance on how to build a thriving esports community.
Knockout City is a GREAT game to start with for your Scholastic Esports program! Knockout City is free-to-play, cross-platform, team-based, and appropriate for any age. The gameplay theme is Dodge-Brawl, with no depiction of firearms within the game content. The FREE collection contains materials and guides intended for Teachers, Coaches, and General Managers on how to use Knockout City within your esports program at school, community center, or summer camp.
This online course will show you how to establish a sustainable esports program at your school or organization. From platforms and games, to processes and learning opportunities, discover how you can engage your students and expose them to a wealth of career paths in esports.
This two-day bootcamp provides educators and students with information needed to get started as a game designer or game developer. The lessons cover multiple career tracks and roles in the game development industry and provide guidance on how to get started.