Mr. Brent Dunn

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Mr. Brent Dunn

Mr. Dunn received his Bachelor degree from Pittsburg State University and his Masters in Education from Natinal Louis University.  He began teaching in 1994 when he joined the Osceola Middle School staff.  Mr. Dunn teaches Computer Applications /Game Development /Technology Education.

He has been a guest professor / speaker at the Leyte Institute of Technology, Tacloban City, Philippines

Mr. Dunn is Industry certified in Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Premier CC, IC3 Spark, Key Applications, Computer Fundamentals and Living Online.

Mr. Dunn's philosophy is "smile, you'll have more fun!"

Mr. Dunn is the sponsor of Gaming club.

 

Coursework:

In his classes we use many different software applications.  The emerging curriculum changes with new technology and trends.  Mr. Dunn's focus is to give students the skills and access to software that will help them learn about specific jobs and assist them in choosing a career path. He also reinforces their academic subjects through interdisciplinary studies while completing lessons in class.

These are some of the software programs that are currently available to our students;

Career Strands: Photography, Graphic Artist, Publishing

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom

Career Strands: Multiple career applications

Microsoft Office, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Publisher

Career Strands: Video Game Designer, Computer Programmer, Computer Engineer, Animator, Audio Engineer, 3D Modeler, Graphic Artist, Script Writer

Game Maker (free program available at www.yoyogames.com)

Career Strands: Recording Engineer, Musician, Jingle Writer, Loop Artist, Sound Effects Artist, Foley Sony Acid Music

Career Strands: Drafting, Architect, Animator, 3D Modeling

Google Sketchup   (free program available at http://sketchup.google.com/)

Career Strands: Website Designer, Web Master

Adobe Dreamweaver

Word Press

Microsoft Publisher

Career Strands: Computer Animator, 3D modeling

Blender (free program available at http://www.blender.org)

Here is another free program available to students who may like photoshop, but do not have the software at home.  www.gimp.org   Gimp is a free software that is similar to Adobe Photoshop Elements.