Academy for Gameful &
Immersive Learning Experiences
Multiversity Campuses Now Enrolling!
My son loves AGILE! So does Mom! Codyʻs approach to education and community is desperately needed in the digital era. Using digital gaming, and innovative and engaging place-based learning, my son is learning about his identity, his place in his community and the world, as he imagines his and our future on a digital platform. This platform has the potential to bridge virtual landscapes with real world solutions to our most pressing challenges of today.
-Luanna Peterson, AGILE mom
Before I joined Minecraft group with Mr. Cody I had played it 8 times with my cousin. I join the group so I can learn how to compete with my cousins and I wanted to learn Pixel Monde. Since coming I have made new friends and feel accepted. I also like that I can teach things to my little brother. I continue to participate because I am always learning new things, enjoy hanging out with the people and it fun. Plus it pretty cool to know things my big cousin does not. I would recommend this because everyone is helpful, I like the teamwork, it always fun and you always learn something new and exciting.
-AJ, age 8
I love the fact that I get to play Minecraft with other people instead of soloing. Minecraft is a game that was meant to be played with other people, so that's a big part of the reason why I always make a goal of coming to the camp/program. It’s not all Minecraft. We have a 3d-printer, laser cutter, and other equipment & (sometimes) we design our own things to print to take home! Also, a big part of it is what we do in Minecraft, which is not your un-ordinary program script. For example, last summer we focused on making all the Hawaiian islands with a focus on sustainability, which might not sound fun to build but, trust me designing special buildings, roads, and all of that is really fun because you get a chance to look at the real world and put it into the Minecraft server. Anyways, I totally recommend you come and join the agileXPS community!!! See ya soon!
-Pono, age 14