Bootstrap Video Game Programming with Algebra
May 20 - 22
Bootstrap: Video Game Programming with Algebra

Bootstrap teaches students to program their own video games in an algebraic programming language, exposing them to key math concepts. Middle and high school teachers around the country have implemented the curriculum as a one-month module, a weekly activity or an after-school program. In Bootstrap, Your Students will Practice and Apply:

  • Solving word problems

  • Coordinate planes and Graphing

  • Functions and Variables

  • Function Composition

  • Inequalities in the Plane

  • The Pythagorean Theorem

In this Workshop, You Will

  • Participate in a real classroom demonstration of the curriculum

  • Build your own video game, using the math you already know

  • Learn how TEKS Math Standards can be met through a STEM-focused programming curriculum

  • Explore cutting-edge research on algebra education

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