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Al-Am Fan for Young Director
A4Kids is an animation Studio, we teach kids from 6 to 15 years old principles of animation & storytelling, after years of working with kids, we designed an animation ...
The CS-STEM Network
The CS-STEM Network offers free robotics curriculum that educators can use to teach students computational thinking concepts. As students work through the activities, ...
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CMU CS Academy
The K-8 space is filled with engaging yet simple computer science (CS) content. The next time many students see CS is in an AP computer science class. Schools are lac...
Lumineer Expeditions are hands-on workshops where children get to dream up fantastical ideas and make them in our makerspace, purpose built and designed for kids. ...
Want to fuse creativity and technology? Prospero enables the building of interactive dramas, curating the web into fictions populated with characters, dilemmas, confli...
A Tale Unfolds
A Tale Unfolds creates projects for the primary English classroom which combines the best of traditional English with video production. In a recent study with the EDUC...
Blending behavioral sciences, technology and classroom data, we are building a teacher-coaching platform called TeachEasy from the ground up for the Ethiopian context....
Green Bronx Machine
Green Bronx Machine builds healthy, equitable and resilient communities through inspired education, local food systems, and 21st century workforce development. Student...
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Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway
The Carnegie STEM Excellence Pathway is built on the belief that school systems, individual schools, and departments can improve their STEM education practices through...
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Teacher Testimonials: Tips On How To Create A Creative & Connected Curriculum
Want to know how to create a curriculum that helps kids build 6C skills whilst also making sure they get the exam results they need to succeed? We spoke to ...
Frances Corcoran on Breaking Out of the Restraints of Curriculum
Frances Corcoran, Publishing Consultant for Amazing People Worldwide, discusses the constraints of curriculum and how we should be linking education with real-life experiences.