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Today we are highlighting one of our classes in Texas that is doing great things with our Web Game Design course. Tracy Curry is the Technology Teacher and Yearbook Advisor at S&S Consolidated ISD in Sadler, TX who is teaching the course to her students.  The Web Game Design course teaches students about all aspects of game design including game-level design, game mechanics, game story, game music, sound effects, asset creation, and more. Students

Here at CTeLearning, we love getting the chance to work with our wonderful teachers and students on a daily basis. Today we are highlighting Jadah M., one of our teachers in Colorado, and her classes. Jadah is the K-12 Art Teacher at Hoehne School District in Trinidad and uses the Animation Curriculum in her classroom. Jadah connected with CTeLearning after the principal of her school, Yvonne Wiening, first reached out to CTeLearning founder

This year we are introducing the 12 Principles of Animation lesson module. We created this interactive lesson set to help students understand the core concepts and practices of animation as laid out in, released by Disney in 1981. The book was written by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston who are known for being part of the group of nine original animators that brought to life the characters of films like Snow White and

 From August 1st-4th, the CTeLearning team and the Web Professionals Global Organization facilitated an online web design and social entrepreneurship bootcamp for students in the Los Angeles area. The students in the bootcamp were mentored by staff from the California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) Pathways Program and YMCA of Los Angeles. In the span of just four days, students learned technical skills, entrepreneurship skills, heard from industry experts and built their very

We are proud to introduce a new model for teachers to reward their career and technical students with international industry-recognized certifications. Read on for how our new model provides schools, teachers, students and parents with a better alternative to the old model of students earning certifications. The Old Way We all know the traditional model of earning a certification: the school proctors an exam, usually from a testing company that sells the exams. Teachers are