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Overcoming barriers to successful STEAM Technology Integration

During the pandemic, many schools had to integrate technology and use online learning platforms in order to continue educating students. In many cases, the transition to online learning had to happen overnight, with both teachers and students expected to quickly adapt to new ways of teaching and learning. Online learning became the new normal. This… Continue reading Overcoming barriers to successful STEAM Technology Integration

Virtual Tech Camps: A Success Story of Virtual Learning

EXPLORE DMA CURRICULUM SPEAK TO AN ADVISOR “Summer has come around but the Pandemic is not over yet. What can my kids do?” This was a question many parents were asking earlier this year. Despite things changing quickly with vaccination rates increasing, many governing bodies had not made a call on whether in-person summer camps… Continue reading Virtual Tech Camps: A Success Story of Virtual Learning

    Coding on the Southside

    Hey, what’s up, everyone! My name is Andrew Malo. I am an early childhood educator and a DMA veteran. You may have seen me teaching the little kids the past 6 summers at the University of Chicago, Northwestern, Harvard, Duke, or University of Texas – Austin! I’m going to talk to you about one of… Continue reading Coding on the Southside

      New Headsets Promise to Make VR More Accessible

      by Digital Media Academy | Jan 30, 2019 | Tech Education | The Oculus Quest promises to offer high-quality VR experiences without expensive PCs or bulky sensors. Virtual Reality has had its ups and downs over the past few years, with many people criticizing the high price-tag and inconvenient hardware requirements of high-quality headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.… Continue reading New Headsets Promise to Make VR More Accessible

        Five Best 3D Modeling Softwares for Beginners

        by Digital Media Academy | Feb 21, 2019 | Tech Education | Animation and visual effects are awesome. Although sometimes we forget that someone has actually created every single creature, monster, and background. So many different industries are using it that the animation industry is booming and talented artists are in high demand. If you’re interested in getting started in 3D… Continue reading Five Best 3D Modeling Softwares for Beginners

          Social Benefits of Digital Media Academy

          by Digital Media Academy | Mar 21, 2019 | Camp Life, Tech Education | The modern world is changing faster than any one person could possibly comprehend. With how fast the world is moving it’s important to develop the skills necessary to keep up. Digital Media Academy can give its students the STEM skills but our camps offer a value beyond the… Continue reading Social Benefits of Digital Media Academy

            Digital Media Academy x Ableton Contest Winner – LGiselle

            by Digital Media Academy | Dec 11, 2018 | Camp Life, Success Stories, Tech Education | This past summer 15-year-old Leticia R., also known as LGiselle, won the DMA x Ableton Music Creators Contest. Her song, titled “Marble CAKE”, is a remix of Shawn Wasabi’s Marble Soda. Any student taking our Music Production courses were able to submit their final project song for consideration to win the prize… Continue reading Digital Media Academy x Ableton Contest Winner – LGiselle

              Inventing In The Forever-Changing Digital Space

              by Digital Media Academy | Mar 27, 2019 | Success Stories | Technology is the key influence on entertainment. At the beginning of time, we as a species have been entertained by story telling, and have since been on a search for the best means to share our stories with the rest of the world. What began as sharing stories around… Continue reading Inventing In The Forever-Changing Digital Space

                DMA Success Story: The Game-Building Castrucci Brothers

                by Digital Media Academy | May 19, 2019 | Success Stories | We met the Castrucci brothers – Liam (age 12) and Finn (10) – last year at DMA’s 3D game design camp on the Harvard campus. The brothers took instructor Paul Langton’s Adventures in 3D Game Design with Minecraft tech camp. The Castrucci brothers had a great time at DMA’s Game Design… Continue reading DMA Success Story: The Game-Building Castrucci Brothers