Introduction to Scottie Go!
Scottie Go! is a hybrid solution to teach programming: a set of cardboard tiles – the building blocks of every code composed within the game – and a software application that scans the tiles to move the characters in the game.
Scottie Go! involves all basic concepts of programming, ranging from basic instructions, loops, conditionals to variables and functions. It can be used as a basic tool to introduce and teach programming.
Scottie Go! Versions
Scottie Go! Basic is the version of the game dedicated for working with younger children. In contrast to other versions, Scottie Go! Basic contains bigger tiles and a game board
designed to let children play the game without using an app.
Scottie Go! Starter Kit EDU is an introductory version of Scottie Go! EDU. The starter kit allows teachers to introduce coding without committing to a full-length game. This kit includes 30 cardboard tiles and the first 12 levels of Scottie
Scottie Go! EDU helps players learn about basic programming concepts, such as, loops and variables. The app sets the tasks, scans the proposed solution, and assesses the commands by capturing a photo or a video.
Scottie Go! Magnetic Tiles are a set of 53 large tiles that allow teachers to introduce coding to elementary-level students. The set is compatible with the Scottie Go! EDU app. It allows students to solve the first 24 quests in the Scottie Go! EDU app.