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Course Description

This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds.

Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated.

As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills.

Who this course is for:

  • Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators
  • Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace
  • Young learners and beginners
  • Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own

Course content

2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length

Instructor

School teacher - specialist in coding and computing
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 114 Reviews
  • 370 Students
  • 5 Courses

Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children.

He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms.

His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Creative games making with Scratch Getting around the Scratch interface Creating player controls Making sprites move by themselves Creating collisions Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  2. Getting around the Scratch interface Creating player controls Making sprites move by themselves Creating collisions Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  3. Creating player controls Making sprites move by themselves Creating collisions Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  4. Making sprites move by themselves Creating collisions Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  5. Creating collisions Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  6. Painting your own sprites How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();
  7. How to make a ping pong game Requirements Be able to use a computer mouse and keyboard Description This course is designed for parents who want to re-direct their child's natural enthusiasm for playing games into creating games and coding. It has has been created specifically with young learners in mind and is suitable for 7-12 year olds. Every lesson has been carefully scripted to be clear and unambiguous. Our instructor is a qualified and experienced teacher who speaks clearly and precisely, leading the learner through every detail of the activity. Each step is explained and demonstrated. As the lessons progress, your child will build familiarity with Scratch, follow game making exercises, build a complete game and acquire the skills and knowledge required to build their own games. In so doing they will begin to understand the fundamental transferable concepts of coding, and improve their creative, math and computational thinking skills. Who this course is for: Parents who want to transform their children from players of games into creators Parents who want to give their children a head start in computer studies at school, further and higher eduction, and in the workplace Young learners and beginners Children who play games and would like to learn how to create their own Show more Show less Course content 2 sections • 12 lectures • 1h 59m total length Expand all sections For parents 2 lectures • 8min About The Pixel Gang and our educational aims and objectives Preview 04:01 Helping your child get started with the course Preview 04:05 Getting started with Scratch: Lessons (lectures) 10 lectures • 1hr 52min Your first Scratch lesson Preview 15:03 A good way to begin a game 07:19 Control a sprite's movement 12:00 Make a sprite move by itself 08:05 Collisions 07:41 Broadcasting between sprites 08:33 The paint window 15:20 More about the stage 09:49 Show and hide 11:49 Make your first finished game - Ping pong 15:53 Instructor Matt Ottewill School teacher - specialist in coding and computing 4.6 Instructor Rating 114 Reviews 370 Students 5 Courses Matt is a digital media educator, designer, and music technologist. He runs his own business The Pixel Gang, teaching games coding and digital media creation to children. He has written qualifications and developed programmes for universities, adult education, and apprenticeships in the fields of digital media and marketing, music technology and computing, and contributes content to online learning platforms. His passion is teaching young learners the coding and computing skills and knowledge they will need for their secondary education, university degrees and future careers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'677eadf85f510089',m:'74eef7fc127a48a0aac803fb7522cc661e377daa-1627816852-1800-ASKgJ8CaU8O6QU9cgq5fFaz5Wg+J8I2JLdP2RDRZHfawaUvLKYh27NkcE3cqPuAG2YwGM9heufn+WxM1FUyXWH+ZvxN1S+96OHMBapdB3aY3p9PciM4N2snxpXxg9wEd6q96cHiZXF6UQ+tQo6f7l5reNEKH1hIUBUovZLd8VqvqPUnT38gTcmBmyJPlVLwxXg==',s:[0xab0acbcb71,0x73b98b1fc7],}})();