Teach kids how to make games

Making custom joysticks with arduino, at IxD Posadas, Argentina.

At GGJ® we love jamming, and see it is a powerful way to develop skills and confidence with game making. We also think it is really important to have some preparation prior to jumping into a jam. That is why we are recommending that jam hosts either hold workshops or incorporate some sort of classes to prepare the young creators for making games.

GGJ NEXT® supports you with our effective and engaging curriculum videos to teach basic concepts in game development and provide you with lesson plans and projects for you to take into your classroom and students.

Even if you have never taught game making or game design before, we can to give you the tools to empower you to help kids in your virtual classroom or community to be able to explore their creative thinking and problem-solving skills through games.