Seventh Workshop for LubutoLiteracy Program in Lusaka, Zambia

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Slides from the seventh workshop with the children and staff at Lubuto Library at Ngwerere in Lusaka, Zambia. We continued our second week with a workshop focusing on branching logic and scorekeeping in a game. I also gave a brief preview of the talk on the MIT Media Lab I gave later that day at the Bongohive Tech Meet-Up.

The eight days of workshops I am delivering are funded by a USAID/WorldVision grant from the All Children Reading Challenge. Representatives from the Zambian Ministry of Education participated in all the sessions. Photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/curiouslee/sets/72157632781888368/with/8484657613/

Lubuto etoys ngwerere_26_feb_2013.ppt

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Seventh Workshop for LubutoLiteracy Program in Lusaka, Zambia

  1. 1. LubutoLiteracyWorkshop #7: Testing and Making a Game in EtoysBy Mike Lee, Sugar Labs DC – Lubuto Library at Ngwerere, 26 February 2013
  2. 2. You all are famous!http://flic.kr/p/dXPHgC
  3. 3. The MIT Media Lab is following us!http://flic.kr/p/dXPHgC
  4. 4. Joystick - Lesson 7, Page 24
  5. 5. Tests - Lesson 8, Page 29
  6. 6. Putting it all together! -Lesson 10, Page 35
  7. 7. Note: Pull the All Scripts control out of thedrawer and put it along the bottom of theplay field .
  8. 8. Notes on Etoys Scripting and Tests•When saving an Etoys file, the name typed must be less than 24characters.
  9. 9. Raymond is a quiet, brilliant artist. He made it through todays dense lesson onbranching game logic with excellent artwork too.

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