DigiPen conducts multi-level teacher training to educators who wish to offer ProjectFUN programs in the areas of Video Game Development and Art and Animation. Level I training permits you to teach 60- and 90-hour courses in a middle school or high school setting, and is offered throughout the year at DigiPen’s main campus in Redmond, WA. More advanced training is available to teachers who have successfully completed the Level I training. Each training session costs $1,250 per teacher.* For more information or to register for a session, contact the ProjectFUN Support Team at PFsupport@digipen.edu or by phone at (425) 629-5007.
Please contact email@example.com for more information about our training schedule.
To register for teacher training, you must create a Teacher Account.
To log in to your ProjectFUN account, visit Teacher and Student Account Management below.
These links redirect to pages under the main DigiPen website. If you are having issues logging in or signing up, please contact Mark Woodside at (425) 629-5078 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the Teacher Activation module to request a teacher account or to log in to your account once the request has been approved.
Instructors: use the Teacher Student Verification module to activate your students’ accounts. An approved teacher account is required.
Students: use the Student Registration module to register for an account. You will need to provide your teacher’s username.
DigiPen offers educators the option of hosting individual ProjectFUN programs in a variety of formats and subject areas. DigiPen provides a licensed instructor with a comprehensive understanding of DigiPen’s curriculum, as well as other educational materials. For more information or to host a program, contact the ProjectFUN Adminsitration by email at email@example.com or by phone at (425) 629-5007.
These classes for students in Grades 7-12 offer an introduction to the fields of Video Game Programming, Game Design, Art and Animation, and Traditional Game Design. DigiPen instructors are available to teach these courses during Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer terms.
These classes for students in Grades 7-12 offer an introduction to the fields of Video Game Programming, Game Design, Art and Animation, and Robotics. The curriculum is designed and benchmarked to Washington State learning standards, and may be offered during the school year or summer.