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EyeQXL presents the VR Coding Academy
We Provide Cross-Disciplinary, Project-Based, Coding Instruction that Offers a Direct Path to Industry Accredited Job Certification.
Our Low Floor, High Ceiling Approach to Instruction
Learners can build professional level content that prepares graduates with the tools for colleg and career ready success.
No barriers to student entry, accommodates beginners with no prior coding experience needed.
Teach your students to code
The VRCA is easy to implement and is designed to fit into semester, year long or after-school schedules.
All courses include:
- A direct path to official UNITY programming certification.
- 4 semesters of coursework totaling more than 350 hours of instruction.
- A project-based learning curriculum aligned to cross-disciplinary S-T-E-M standards.
- Comprehensive Professional Development.
- Teacher Certification upon completion of the VRCA Teacher Training course.
- Teacher’s Platform with benchmark tools and quizzes.
- Ongoing Professional Development for the life of the course.
- A complete resource library including instructional videos, online tutorials, articles, tips and tools.
- All Requisite Hardware including Virtual Reality Headsets (With VRCA Course 101).
- A Suite of Cutting Edge Virtual Reality Content.
Student Project Demo
ElectroBall: Students will create their own version of classic roll a ball games adding in their own obstacles, art, and various custom game mechanics to make the game their own!
Space Duel: Students will create a retro 2D competitive multiplayer game that allows them to challenge their friends to a duel in space!
Mountain Racer: Students will design and then create their own racetracks with the built in Unity Terrain Editor. The students will then be able to race along their tracks filled with turns, drops and jumps!
Easy Implementation, Effective Education
The VRCA is designed to fit into semester, year-long, or after-school schedules, with Professional Development for instructors, Virtual Reality Head-Mounted Displays (HMDs), and a teacher-developed curriculum to fit student learning needs.
Aligned to S-T-E-M Standards VRCA Core Practices
- Fostering an inclusive computing culture
- Collaborating around computing
- Recognizing & designing computational programs
- Developing & using abstractions
- Creating computational artifacts
- Testing & refining computational artifacts
- Communicating about computing
- Project-based learning and self-managed teams