Welcome to Ganttech.com! This site is the home of Mr. Jamie Gant’s Technology classes at Ronald Reagan/Doral Senior High School. Our school is a part of Miami Dade County Public Schools.
STUDENT PORTAL (2017-18 CLASSES)
|App Design 1||App Design 2||App Design 3||AP CSP||AP CSA|
|Digital Media 1||Digital Media 2||Digital Media 3||Global Logistics||Curriculum Review|
|AP Computer Science Principles (Mar 17th, 2018)|
TEACHER PORTAL (TRAININGS)
|AP CSP Create Task||AP CSP Explore Task||AP CSP
|Creating Mobile Applications||Creating Teacher Websites|
I originally built this website to create an online digital classroom for my students where they could have an individual portfolio of all their work to have to be able to show to colleges, employers and etc. After receiving so many requests from fellow educators, I have expanded Ganttech.com to additionally be a teaching resource for teachers and visitors throughout the education system. I hope my website helps becomes a valuable resource that you can use to help educate your students in your class
Students or Parents
On Ganttech.com, you as a student and parent, will be able to access everything you need for your current/previous courses including Class Assignments, Bell Ringers,Student Work, Tutorial Videos, and much more.
Teachers or Visitors
On Ganttech.com, you as a teacher or visitor, will be able find Florida Department Of Education Standards, Pacing Guides, Lesson Plans, curriculum ideas, student created work including websites, artwork, and more.
Students win U.S.A. Congressional App Challenge
MIAMI – Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (FL-25) announced that the winner of the 2017 Congressional App Challenge for Florida’s 25th District is VRExperience, an app created by students Diego Landaeta and Diego Mansilla. The students attend Ronald W. Reagan Doral Senior High School in Doral, Florida. They described their app as “a simple walking simulator throughout a pleasant forest. With our app we are trying to open the eye of discovery in science, history and medicine through simulations of real life scenarios.” The team used the Unity Engine and coded the app with C#. The app was highly praised by the judges, an independent panel of local technology and STEM leaders, who rated the submissions anonymously based on a point system.