Newest in GAME:IT Series to be Shown at CareerTech Vision Conference Nov. 30–Dec. 3
Digital K–12 curriculum provider STEM Fuse and game and animation developer Construct have released the latest in a series of career and technical education curricula: GAME:IT Advanced, which is recommended for grades 10–12 and uses the Construct 3 platform to teach coding through game design.
The GAME:IT series teaches computer, programming, and game development skills from elementary through high school. The ready-made, intuitive curricula are designed for those with no coding experience, so teachers without prior experience can assist their students. GAME:IT Advanced also offers students the opportunity to take an industry certification course upon completion, with the GAME:IT Intermediate course recommended prior.
GAME:IT Advanced will be demonstrated at the upcoming Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) CareerTech Vision 2022 conference to be held in person and online Nov. 30 through Dec. 3, 2022 in Las Vegas.
Learn more about GAME:IT Advanced on STEM Fuse’s website.
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