I teach computers, information technology, and digital arts to students in grades 4-6, grades 7-12, college students, and adults.
The Rochester Digital Ripple Project - a program I developed with two art teachers to educate high school youths in wireless technology, computers, and art by constructing a wireless mesh-node network. The project was executed between July 5th, 2006 and August 15th, 2006.
- Project was featured on the local news stations, RIT University News, and in the papers.
- Students built a free municipal wireless network that serves about one square mile.
- Developed a 340 page cirriculum with two RCSD teachers.
In the News:
- <http://www.rit.edu/~930www/NewsEvents/2006/Aug01/photos.html> (bottom of page)
International Digital Art Tennis - an international program I developed with three art teachers to educate 4th-6th graders in digital art. The program was executed in the spring of 2006.
- Programmed an interactive website to facilitate international image exchange.
- Students created several images representing peace.
Corning Tropel Payroll System - I provided training to adults for a company-wide time-tracking system I developed.
- Held several training sessions and provided support
- Designed and Implemented a web interface to an existing MS Access Database
- Used PHP with CSS and XHTML
All Art and Code Copyright © 2006-2019 Keith Simmons.
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