The film below shows how students log in and how they will navigate to through the site.
This film shows an iteration where we’ve added in films in the header of the program choice page.
The film below shows what a program time line looks like currently. On the left you’ll find the main feed. It’s divided into modules. As a student goes through module specific tools and materials appear on the right side.
The film below shows the upload area. This is where we build the entire curriculum.
The film below is an intro welcome film for THE TELL. It establishes the character of Hester as well as the land of Antillia.
This film below was shot on July 4th to create content for STEAMCRAFT. The idea is that monsters are showing up in town and it will be the responsibility of the kids to go on a monster hunt. This program will involve the entire town. The OP library is interested in giving us the idea box to engage learners and their families. They are also interested in working with D-97 through the book program.
The film below is a film that will go to participants in STEAM CRAFT. This film is a follow up to the 4th of July experience that happened live on the street of Oak Park. The film that was gathered that day becomes part of the STEAM CRAFT story.
The film below is introduces one of the main STEAM CRAFT characters. This film is a follow up to the 4th of July experience that happened live on the street of Oak Park. The film that was gathered that day becomes part of the STEAM CRAFT story.
Click the button below to check out the STEAMCRAFT activity page.
In this film, Constance imparts some fundamental principles of working with the Pink Tower. This series includes topics such as setting up the workspace, laying out the mat, and other crucial guidelines.
The films below are snapshots from Camping In energy games.
The films below are TOT BOT program films. The first film showcases the wildflower garden where MERP and Billie first meet. It is also their lab where they investigate nature.
The film series below introduced MERPS cohort on a different planet. Their mission is to plant gardens like the one that Billie and Merp explore.
This is DREAM STREAMS a tool for reading and writing. DREAM STREAMS is an open learning environment where learners get to create images with words and sentences. We have tested this with our teacher advisors. They are eagerly awaiting its arrival. Click the link below to visit the beta site.
The PDF below is a teachers guide for the DREAM STREAMS tool.
This video shows the workforce development skills marketplace portal. Friends of the students and interns that we have employed have been asking how they can get involved. We built the portal in response. The portal is a valuable opportunity for learners to show and monetize their skills.
This past summer, a remarkable activation unfolded as we introduced AI to underserved communities through a metahuman experience. The result? Pure excitement and vibrant conversations ignited among all participants. Witnessing the convergence of cutting-edge technology and communities hungry for knowledge was a testament to the power of innovation. This activation not only sparked dialogue but also marked a pivotal step in democratizing AI, fostering connections that transcend barriers and inspiring a future filled with limitless possibilities.
This film shows a content portal that will be available to schools, parents and students at home. Some of the content will be free while other content will require a subscription.