Eric Gallery Manuel Mendez David A. Turner Arturo I Concepcion. Development of a Video Game Programming Course at Cajon High School. What?.
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As part of a National Science Foundation grant titled "Revitalizing Computing Education through Community-Based Video Game Development Projects," CSUSB student Manuel Mendez, professors Dr. Concepcion and Dr. Turner, and Cajon high school teacher Eric Gallery develop a course on game programming.
The purpose of the course is to help students acquire the knowledge and skills identified within the academic and technical standards that comprise the Programming and Systems Development pathway of the California State Career Technical Education standards.
Game Maker allows users to easily develop computer games without the requirement of prior computer programming experience by using a graphic user interface (GUI), while allowing advanced users to create complex applications with its built-in scripting language.