The Future of Fashion per the Academy of Art University

The New York Fashion Week is an event on which new brand names are presented to the public. The School of Fashion at the Academy of Art University held its 21st runway showcase on September 9, 2017, at Skylight Clarkson Square, where 10 recent graduates showed their collections. The designers come from different backgrounds, from China to Maine. The names of the designers on the 2017 New York Fashion Week are Jelly Shan, Ryan Yu, Cana Klebanoff, Joana Jadallah, Saya Shen, Carlos Rodriguez, Dina Marle Lam, Eden Slezin, Hallun Zhou. Each individual designer has given their line an individual spirit, though the process is collective.

The Academy of Art University is a private art school in San Francisco, California. It was found in 1929 by Richard S. Stephens. The painter and a magazine editor held the chief position in the school until 1951. His belief in creating inspired students into professional artists and designers helped him start the school in which hard work and dedication are a priority. It is the largest private art and design university in the United States with over 18,000 students.

The academy has accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and colleges. The academy has an associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in 25 disciplines. Some of them are available online. The majors in the school are acting, advertising, animation and visual effects, architecture, game design, art history, illustration, jewelry and metal arts, landscape arch, motion pictures and television, music production and sound design, photography and many others.

The academy has an available financial aid for students without restrictions to submission. About 61% of students receive aid for the 18,840 yearly tuition fee. The academy has a 16:1 ratio of faculty/students, so it can pay attention to all individual needs. The school has private buses which transport students between classrooms located throughout San Francisco.`

Getting A BlackBelt In Education From ClassDojo

A classroom in today’s education can be one of the most unique places to be found. The idea of a cookie-cutter classroom has begun to vanish, and ClassDojo has stepped in to help each classroom discover the right format for what it needs.

Think of ClassDojo as an educational social media that connects the students, teachers, and parents to share various experiences throughout the school day. Through the app, the classroom team can share photos, videos, and messages of everything going on in the classroom. The app has specific sections/programs for each individual form of media including Classroom, Stories, Messages, and Original Content: Big Ideas.

The Classroom is where the teachers and students can connect with each other to determine what skills they want to work on, like creativity and teamwork, and gauge progress as they share feedback with one another.

The Stories are a constantly updated stream of photos and videos of that an individual student can share from their school day to their parents. There is also a classroom Story that the teacher can share with the families of their students.

Messages are where students, teachers, and parents can contact each other without needing to exchange phone numbers. There are 35 different languages that the Messages program can translate, so everyone can be connected. Teachers can even set “quiet hours” so parents can know when the students are unavailable.

Original Content: Big Ideas is where teachers and parents can access different content that is designed to teach their students crucial concepts and skills.

ClassDojo has changed the game of the modern classroom, with a focus on the constant connection between students and their mentors in life. This new and social view of the classroom goes hand in hand with the changing times and will advance the way every child learns.