HELP ME GIVE STUDENTS THEIR FIRST CODING EXPERIENCE!

I am a math teacher (11th grade) trying to bring to life a lesson that lets students explore transformations on point matrices using a graphing calculator. I am willing to hire someone to help me write the code that allows me to have students recreate the project my teacher made 20 years ago. My school has no coding class and I am not a programmer. I've been trying to find the program set up for 3 years.

The project:

Create a point matrix and enter it into the calculator.

Students program the initial code into their calculator following a typed-up set of instructions.

Using a set of predefined steps, students are able to type in the matrix calculation to transform the previous shape (or a previously defined image in the process) to create a new shape on the same graph.

Ex: [transformation][matrix A]-->store [A] -->prompt--> graph image

The program runs by hitting a key repeatedly to view the next graph.

Requirements:

Students enter everything as matrices (not lists)

Student work is minimally coding-based, and more immediate exploration-based.

I can use this for basic call functions, vector graphics, and so much more.

I am a math teacher (11th grade) trying to bring to life a lesson that lets students explore transformations on point matrices using a graphing calculator. I am willing to hire someone to help me write the code that allows me to have students recreate the project my teacher made 20 years ago. My school has no coding class and I am not a programmer. I've been trying to find the program set up for 3 years.

The project:

Create a point matrix and enter it into the calculator.

Students program the initial code into their calculator following a typed-up set of instructions.

Using a set of predefined steps, students are able to type in the matrix calculation to transform the previous shape (or a previously defined image in the process) to create a new shape on the same graph.

Ex: [transformation][matrix A]-->store [A] -->prompt--> graph image

The program runs by hitting a key repeatedly to view the next graph.

Requirements:

Students enter everything as matrices (not lists)

Student work is minimally coding-based, and more immediate exploration-based.

I can use this for basic call functions, vector graphics, and so much more.