Mark Suter here. I teach high school entrepreneurship, game design, programming, and VR development in Ohio.
“Why do we have to give a speech during a Microsoft Office class?” – Disgruntled Student “Software changes too fast. Let’s learn something you’ll use
For weeks my students and I gathered, asking “Where are the customers? Why aren’t they responding to our advertising?” Some students got frustrated that customers
There is more to computer science than programming, I know. So just for fun, let’s see the ways game design meets ALL the CS strands as
We finally have a name, we are “Grit 9 Design”. Grit9 came out of many iterations and consults with trusted peers, former students, colleagues, and
Our entrepreneurial club’s identity is being formed. We actually are not even a club, we’re an EdCorp, (created by the twitch-inducing minds at Real World Scholars) which
“I wish they had fun classes like that when I was in school”. – Student Parents That’s how you know you’re on the right
“Learning to program is more fun when you can’t wait to see it run.” -Unintentional rhyme by student Using the free mod ComputerCraftEDU, my 6th