Elida High School art teacher Mrs. Johnson created a mug on the HTC Vive in an app called MasterpieceVR, then Grit9 printed it on our Flashforge Finder 3D printer. It was so much fun that we decided to collaborate and have all of her sculpture art students experience the same process. They are using the “subtractive” method of sculpturing, similar to how a ice sculpture creator would carve away pieces
We were fortunate to have Gary Motz from the Ohio School Board Association Magazine visit our classroom. The magazine is distributed to school boards and administration in Ohio. Contact us: grit9design at gmail dot com Read the article: OSBA_magazine_Article
Each team member was asked two questions, What do you want Grit9 to accomplish this year? What do YOU want to accomplish as an individual this year – not necessarily related to Grit9? Here are their thoughts… Mr. Suter Grit9 will: Be the reason 2 students get paid internship/work in their field. Have 30 students average attendance at Grit9 meetings for the year. Net $10,000. Have every Tech+Entrepreneurship student earns
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.86″ background_layout=”light”] The “Intro to Programming” class looks a bit different this year. Rather than following a typical ItP format that spends the majority of time solving “problems” that have no meaning to the student, we are focusing on learning the code necessary to solve problems that matter. Solving Problems That Matter At the beginning of the semester, I pitched an idea to my students that we
Are you a business? Technically we’re an “EdCorp” or Education Corporation. That means we are a business that is ran inside of a school classroom. We provide real world learning opportunities for high school students through the creation of websites and presenting at conferences. We focus on learning real-world “soft skills” like collaboration, communication and what it means to be a young professional. But we are more than a business.