Beneath the Barren is the first game developed by Tevo, with design inspired by Star Wars, and the Destiny Franchise.
An RPG game with pirates, sharks and monkeys. Arr!
A game where the king of the sea comes to try and take over the world because the sea is polluted and over populated.
The student will be assigned a teacher and the teacher will learn about the interests and inspirations of the student. Together they will decide which project the student will be building.
Together with the teacher, the student will create a personalised plan with all the nitty-gritty details he/she will need to build the project. This step is about outlining what knowledge the student needs to make it happen.
Join a group of artists and developers that are just like you starting on their journey into the great unknown world of coding and creating.
There is more to digital projects than code. It's first and foremost a creative process. We'll talk about stories and narratives, we'll look for design inspirations and come up with our own designs. We'll test it out and iterate until it all comes together.
We flip the classroom. That means students go through new concepts during their free time and then use the time in the classroom to ask the questions, gain more insight and share the experience with each other. They get a first set of videos and create simple projects to master basic programming skills. As students go more deeply into the creative process they receive more video tutorials that are specific to their needs and the learning pace of each student.
We will use time in the classroom to discuss the concepts in more detail, share the progress, get and give some constructive criticism to each other. Once students are done building their projects, they get to publish it online and share the link with anyone they want. And then, of course, get started on something new.
You'll get access to video tutorials that will show you how to build different projects. This means you can work on your project whenever you want.
You can also go exactly at the pace that is comfortable for you. Need help? Ask for help on our platform and a teacher or a fellow student will help you out.
Once a week you'll attend a live class with your main teacher. This is where you can get help coming up with new project ideas, ask your teacher questions, discover new things to learn and interact with the other students in your class.
Your teacher will work closely with you. The classes take place after school.
The student should be between the ages of 11 - 16 to participate. If you child is younger or older but would still like to join please contact us.
Every student has a 1.5 hour live class once a week.
See our available times and days below. The parents and students will get to choose the times that suits you best.
As much or as little as they want. We have some students who have been attending our courses for more than 2 years. It's like Isaac Asimov said: "Education isn't something you can finish."
A computer (with a microphone), headphones and an internet connection. The operating system can be Windows, Mac, Linux or Chrome OS.
Nope, we'll start from absolute scratch!
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