Elementary Students Pilot New Inventionland Curriculum!

The Inventionland Institute’s Innovation Course has proven to be an inspiring and effective way of learning for middle and high schoolers. This fall, it will be available for elementary students as well! On July 12, we welcomed a group of students ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade for a focus group to pilot the workshops.[…]

Inventionland’s Teacher of the Month!

Our featured teacher for July is Mr. Jay Huss of Washington School District! Mr. Huss is busy preparing to get back in the classroom, where he specializes in computer and technology education, including the Inventionland Innovation Course. “My enthusiasm and love of technology is ever-present in any course and, especially, Inventionland,” said Mr. Huss. A[…]

Inventionland Institute Featured in National Publication!

The Inventionland Institute was featured in an article from a national educational publisher this week! The article lists the 9 reasons why students love innovation-based courses. More and more, educators are implementing hands-on, project-based learning into their classrooms. Curricula like the Inventionland Institute’s Innovation Course blend core classroom instruction and work force knowledge, while also[…]

Inventionland Welcomes North Hills Students!

May was a busy month here at Inventionland. In addition to our big Regional Invention Contest, numerous tour groups came through our one-of-a-kind facility, including North Hills’ McIntyre Elementary third-grade class. “We loved Inventionland!” said teacher Ms. Heather Logue. “I think this really helps the students see the process from beginning to end. When we’re[…]

Inventionlands Teacher of The Month!

We all know how fast news travels nowadays. Well, it didn’t take long for the students and administrators of Carmichaels Middle School to realize their students had won the title of Top Inventor in the middle school division of the Regional Invention Contest. The winning group was led by our featured teacher for the month[…]