Here are the resources that were used for each day of the iDesign 2015 Teacher Summer Institute.
Resources from this website include:
Reflection and Culturally Relevant Game Design: Identify the goals of the summer institute and reflect on the year, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in game design-a checklist, Intro to the Scratch interface, Lesson plans for the student summer camp week.
Embedding issues into the core of a game Community Issues Brainstorming: Sensitively selecting and analyzing images to inspire game ideas, Completing Issues Research, Grow a Game, Paper Prototyping, Scratch Graphics Tools
Computational thinking concepts in Scratch: Events and Behaviors, Loops, Conditionals, Variables, Resetting your game, win and lose conditions, Reflection
Preparing our lessons, sharing our games: Remix and practice your lesson plan, Playtesting and incorporating feedback, Evaluating our games for the tenets of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.