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I've been playing around with the Merge Cube and have started looking at their SDK.  That might be an interesting project to tackle.  

On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Lori Lisai <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
What if they designed a project themselves based on something they wanted to learn or as a culmination pulling the skills they've learned together?  In the interest of passion projects and personalized learning?

LL

On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 10:00 AM, Phillips, Nic <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hey Folks,

I'm looking for some ideas for units/projects I could do with my high school digital design students. This was my first year running this course and I clearly underestimated the ambition and ability of my kids. We've blazed through the curriculum I had planned way ahead of schedule and will be finishing our final unit by the end of the first or second week of May. To give you an idea of what we have done so far, here are some of the major applications/skills we have covered (there were also various other smaller creative and research based projects interspersed throughout):

-Adobe Photoshop: basic editing, masking, and blending techniques for various products.
-Adobe Premiere: editing video and audio tracks to create original films and recreate scenes from existing films with a focus on camera work and shot composition.
-Adobe Dreamweaver: basic organization, design and development for websites.
-VR: creating a virtual tour of our school consisting of 360-panoramic images links to an interactive map.

I want to close out the year with something that will be both fun and productive for my students, rather than a bunch of fluff and filler resulting from crossing the finish line earlier than anticipated. Does anyone have any suggestions for what we might explore in the remaining month of school or even possibly some successful units/projects you've executed in the past and would be willing to share?

Thanks!

Nic Phillips
Educational Technology Specialist
Oxbow High School
P: 802.222.5214 - ext.147

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