Help Bring Innovation to the Classroom

Recently, I’ve undertaken a venture to help bring educational innovation to the classroom. I have been working on a project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to create an innovative curriculum to provide a way to get kids interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through a story-based curriculum. I invite you to lend a hand in this effort.

We successfully piloted some really cool ideas and got some good feedback and data on the effectiveness of our approach but, as most funding does, the funding ran out. So rather than quit or give up on the concept, one of the co-principle investigators and I decided to launch a start up 2KLearning.

The modest goal of the start up is to bring the maker movement into the classroom, expand learning in middle school beyond the four walls of the classroom and to make STEM engaging, fun and exciting for girls and boys to encourage careers in the technical fields. I invite you to lend a hand in this effort.

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