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Welcome to Mr. Myers’ Classroom

Hi, I’m Mr. Myers and welcome to my classroom website. My goal is to provide up-to-date news and to showcase student projects from the Advanced Technologies Academy. The Advanced Technologies Academy is one of three academies at the Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy in Caldwell County, NC. The students in the Advanced Technologies Academy are working towards earning a high school diploma from Caldwell Applied Sciences Academy, a Digital Media Certificate, a Mobile Applications Development Certificate, and an Associate Degree in Digital Media and Mobile Applications Development from Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute. Descriptions of the courses I’m currently teaching can be found here.

A poster with all the academy students on it in a big group
The 2020-2021 Advanced Technologies Academy poster design.

Most Recent Blog Posts

Winning Graphic Designers

March was Women’s History Month and to celebrate the Advanced Technologies Academy students participated in a poster design contest. The Women’s History Month Poster Contest was sponsored by the Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute Student Government Association. The students were asked to design an original poster of their favorite historic or current woman. TheContinue reading “Winning Graphic Designers”

Sophomore Animation Projects

The students have been having so much fun in the DME-130 Digital Animation I class this semester. In this class, students are introduced to concepts for planning and developing animation sequences while they explore various animation techniques and software. Below are a few example of what the students’ have been working on this semester. TheContinue reading “Sophomore Animation Projects”

Game Design with the Engineering Academy

During the 2020 Fall Semester, the DME-120 Intro to Multimedia Applications class of the Advanced Technologies Academy joined with the Engineering Academy to collaborate on an interesting project. The project was to create a written plan for a circuit analysis video game. The game needed to cover information about circuits, such as electricity, current, resistance,Continue reading “Game Design with the Engineering Academy”