Introducing advanced technology into a classroom requires thoughtful planning and implementation, especially with something as personally impactful as virtual reality.
The Shoreline Schools Foundation and foundry10 partnered to create an original program at Parkwood Elementary, during spring break 2016.
Working with dance students, we frequently encounter performance anxiety and frustration. However, we believe that encountering and overcoming these difficult feelings is one of the biggest challenges through which Hip Hop, and dance in general, creates value for students of all skill levels.
We look forward to every opportunity we get to talk to students, and in partnership with Kids Team UW, we were able to design levels in the video game Super Mario Maker with a group aged 7-11.
In this report, we dig into a fashion camp that we ran with Young Women Empowered. Please take at the document below to find out more about the camp and what we learned.
This report covers what we have learned over the past 3 years running digital audio programs in schools, with community partners, and on our own!
As part of our early education program, we partnered with Shoreline Children’s Center to try using story drama, the act of collaboratively creating stories in a group environment.