Our primary goal is to teach students to develop the confidence and skills they need to build with technology independently. While our class structure often follows a format of enabling students to complete a given project during the 60 minute class period, we've found that over time (with repeated practice) students begin to develop their fundamental problem solving skills in a way that enables them to exercise their creativity to build unique projects of their own.
In our seasonal structure, we find that enabling students to begin building a project over the course of a single class period and then iterating and improving creates project-based outcomes that we are proud of.
We've found that capturing student projects in their digital portfolio allows us to see how quality of work improves over time.
Below are a few examples of student projects that have been built this year at Digital Adventures. Some of these projects have been built over a single class period. While others have been developed over a multi-week period.
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For any education program, it takes time to see the outcomes. At Digital Adventures, we fortunate to have worked with a number of students over a long period of time. This experience has enabled us to see the tangible results that are important to the long term development of our students.
We are so proud of what our student's have built. And, we are looking forward to highlighting more student projects that are created weekly in our studios under the guidance of our amazing instructors.