21st Century Education Services

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Curriculum Development

DMMSI® uses the Universal Design Learning (UDL) framework to incorporate the values of diversity throughout our design of an inclusive curriculum.  Our goal is to eliminate or reduce the barriers found in trying to achieve academic success. DMMSI® is bringing education to the 21st Century by providing the 3 principles of UDL:

  • Principle 1: Provide multiple means of representation 

  • Principle 2: Provide multiple means of action and expression 

  • Principle 3: Provide multiple means of engagement 

Curriculum Development

Our curriculum and assessments are student centered, relevant, authentic, constructive, and interdisciplinary.  We combine the following learning based models in our custom curriculum  development:

  • Activity-Based Learning

  • Inquiry-Based Learning

  • Competency-Based Learning

  • Problem-Based Learning

  • Game Based Learning

Engagement Transitioning

DMMSI® can transform any curriculum into engaging hands on lessons.  Students loose interest when you just talk at them.  It is time to let students experience their learning, get out of their seats, and step outside of the box of traditional learning.  Our world is changing with how people live day to day.  They are used to being entertained and using all of their senses at all times.  Education needs to upgrade to meet our student’s needs.

Program Development

DMMSI®  partners with youth organizations and school districts to teach our courses at your location or help you create your own program.  With so much funding being taken out of our nation's education system, the task falls on businesses / the private sector to supply new ways to expand our youth's learning.  Our goal is to increase graduation rates in inner city areas and develop youth's interest in technology, art, science and engineering.  We are in the business of changing lives for the next generation!


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Computer Science

Computer science is not just the study of programming and computers.  One must be adept at modeling and analyzing problems.  Computer science also has strong connections to other disciplines. Many problems in science, engineering, health care, business, and other areas can be solved effectively with computers, but finding a solution requires both computer science expertise and knowledge of the particular application domain.

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Geometric Design

Drawing is one of the most important activities students can do.  Drawing provides a direct link with reading, writing and especially mathematics. The connection between drawing and geometric shapes and measurements simply cannot be denied.  Students will develop critical and creative thinking skills and perceptual awareness necessary for understanding and producing art. 

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Robotics

Design Engineering Projects immerse students in important concepts in the areas of physical science, technology, and mathematics. The curriculum integrates digital documentation tools with a software programming environment that enables students to creatively apply key concepts in problem solving projects, emphasizing technical writing, oral and written communication skills, and teamwork