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Teaching Students to be Creators

Teaching Students to be Creators Again & Rebuild Real Community in what can be a Dangerously Digital World The year is 2020. What do we want to teach our children about the digital world they live in?  What will help them thrive in these strange and turbulent days of total connectedness?  How can we give…

Crafting the Crane

In elementary school, I had two nearly identical experiences happen that shaped how I view education. In second grade, we had a Japanese culture day. I distinctly remember one girl named Lisa who made seaweed and rice for everyone to try. This was the first time I ever had seaweed and rice. One of the…

Why the name Live Oak

We have built this Computer Science curriculum for Georgia High School students in mind. Georgia is our home, and we love the natural world that is found here. Part of that natural world are the live oak trees that range from Texas, through the Gulf coast states, down to Florida, across Georgia, up through the…

Kemble’s CS History/Bio

Kemble Hildreth is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and currently serves as the CEO of Big Southern Software, a tech-based services and solutions company based in McDonough, GA. Kemble has extensive experience developing logistics management software for the retail and telecom industries for companies such as Whole Foods, Point to Point surveying,…

Dane’s CS History/Bio

Dane Hildreth is a graduate of the University of Georgia and has worked extensively within the educational sector of Computer Science. During his time as an undergraduate, Dane worked as a lead classroom instructor for FourAthens, a non-profit organization supporting the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Athens, GA. Prior to joining LiveOak Academy, Dane worked as a software…