Last week our students in 4th of ESO participated in a 4-day videogame creation workshop at ENTI – Escola de Noves Tecnologies Interactives, a school affiliated with the University of Barcelona.
After one week working hard, they know a little bit more about the whole process of creating and developing a video game: conceptualizing, designing, producing and managing ludic elements. Not bad for only one week. And they want to know more, they say!
This workshop is part of St. Peter’s STEM curriculum, which educates pupils in four specific disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in an interdisciplinary and applied approach.
In collaboration with ENTI-UB, this 1st edition of St. Peter’s Videogame Creation has been a challenge for our students and teachers. Through their degrees in Video Games (Developer and Artist), ENTI-UB offers a comprehensive training of the future game designers, artists and producers.