KRE8ivU An Exciting Learning Experience
After speaking extensively to parents and educators, we learned that they are searching for ways to engage the creativity and love their children and students have for technology and art. We felt it was important to help facilitate that and provide students with an outlet limited only by their imagination.
At KRE8ivU, we know how hands-on learning engages students from the start. Our curriculum is project-based and centered on the student’s interests. Whether it’s filmmaking or creating music, we’ll guide them through personalized experiences that encourage them to think outside the box. The curriculum is designed to allow your child to learn through experience, without ever realizing that they are, in fact, learning. Our program helps students become creative collaborators and problem solvers… to rely on their imagination as well as intellect.
KRE8ivU has created an after-school program for students to learn technology in a fun and engaging way, outside of the confines of today’s formal educational settings. Our program provides each student an experience in the world of professional media production and encourages and exposes them to the right use of technology at an early age.
In our cinematography program, we specifically chose to concentrate on consumer electronics and things that are readily accessible to families like iPads, and digital cameras so that students can continue their exploration at home.
For our music production program, we use professional software that will work on both Apple and Window computer systems. The technology we use is usually familiar to the parents as well, so you can work together on fun family projects.
KRE8ivU instructors are experts in the content and the tools that we teach. They are experienced professionals with a passion for showing our students ways to leverage imagination and maximize creative potential. Many of our instructors are actually in the business they are instructing.
We have been having success with students creating their own music. In the process of this, they produce each other as a team. They are learning how to communicate in a way to promote the best performances out of each other peer to peer. There has been an improvement in concentration and focus for the students involved in the program that has carried into their daily classes.