Roller Coaster Designer: 3D, Coding & Physics - 8+ Student Class
Design your own awesome Rollercoaster and learn about 3D Design Tools, Coding & Physics to create an interactive Theme Park. Grade 3 and up (age 8+)
In this online class you will learn how to create your own 3D Roller Coaster design and use Coding to creative an interactive Theme Park.
- Learn about Roller Coasters and the forces and physics involved
- Understand Design Thinking for problem solving
- Learn basics of 3D design as well as how to showcase your ideas to begin creating a 3D Roller Coaster
- Understand Virtual Spaces (3D AR and VR) and real-world applications
- Begin to learn about controlling Physics in CoSpaces
This class is suitable for students in Grade 3 and up (Age 8+).
Notes to teachers, parents and supervisors:
This class has multiple lessons or sections. Students are given self-paced challenges and tasks to do in-between the Teacher presentations. Students can add comments to ask questions and seek help.
For LIVE classes: Adult organisers or sign up emails will have information on start and end times. Recordings of teaching presentations and lessons can be accessed on-demand for 7 days after the class finishes.
For SELF-PACED classes: Pre-recorded teaching presentations and lessons can be accessed on-demand while you have an active account.
Computer / Tablet requirements:
For this class you will require a Laptop or Desktop PC, Mac or some Chromebooks. You will need access to the Google Chrome Browser. Some tablets such as iPad may work well also.
Over 19 years in Education, Jonathan has seen how Learning, digital tools, and futures thinking transform lives - and just as the fully digital and automated era begins, he has dedicated himself to helping students and Schools transition successfully to this new era in big picture and practical ways.
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"The variety of learning opportunities and environment in which they are taught, combine to ensure the kids get every possible advantage while having a huge amount of fun."
- Ferg Dalziell, Parent