Our Inventionland Institute curriculum, which is deeply rooted in our proven inventing method and embodies the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), has successfully kicked off at a Pennsylvania high school and college. Behind the scenes, the crew at the Inventionland creative design facility has been working hard to see that the project-based curriculum for grades 6-16 carries every credential it needs to launch across the nation and beyond.
Today, we’re pleased to announce that the Inventionland Institute curriculum has received official credentials from STEM.org! Our products are STEM-approved and our curriculum is STEM-accredited!
According to their website, STEM.org is a resource that is trusted by over 4,500 schools, districts and organizations across 25 different countries.
With these STEM.org credentials, we’re ready to take the Inventionland Institute curriculum world-wide; and, we’re starting by taking our STEM-approved-and-accredited project-based curriculum to the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference and Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Inventionland Institute representatives are attending ISTE 2015, which is taking place June 28th through July 1st.
Widely known as the premier forum for learning and exchanging ideas about education technology, each year about 18,000 teachers, coordinators, educators, policy makers and other attendees gather at the ISTE Conference and Expo to share new education technologies.
This year, we’ll be sharing the latest STEM-approved-and-accredited Inventionland Institute curriculum with ISTE attendees!
We’ll have plenty more from ISTE 2015 next week, so if you can’t meet us there, stay tuned for updates and a complete recap of the premier education technology event!