Ongoing Support
& Sustainability

Together, SmartLab and your school can sustain a program for generations of students.

We are there for you every step of the way.

SmartLab learning environments, equipment, curriculum, and training create a foundation for stable K-12 PBL+STEM programs that stay relevant and engage students year after year.

Curriculum Support Agreement (CSA): Curriculum support agreements sustain ongoing updates and support for your SmartLab equipment and curriculum, as wells as continued development for any current or new SmartLab Facilitator. 

Technical Support: The SmartLab customer support team works with your teacher and/or IT team to help them maintain your equipment and software. 

Customer Success: Your Customer Success Manager will coordinate technical and pedagogical support and services with your team to facilitate the longevity of your SmartLab. 

Refurbishment: Your CSA includes annual catalog credit to replace consumables and equipment and/or add kits to your SmartLab.

Annual SmartLab Conference: Each summer, we host teacher-facilitators and administrators from all over the country to hone PBL+STEM pedagogy and practice.

Training and PD: Along with the installation of your SmartLab, your teacher-facilitator receives over 50 hours of professional development in the first year. CSAs include continued coaching and support for your existing facilitator and the same 50 hours of PD if you hire a new facilitator.


Facilitator Professional Development

Professional development opportunities include:  

  • Support: Technical and pedagogical support as needed to guide the facilitation and longevity of the SmartLab.
  • Engagement: Pro-active engagement to support customers to achieve ‘their’ goals for success and growth with the SmartLab and its educational philosophies.
  • Education: Online courses, webinars, and guidance for advancements in technology and/or pedagogy.
  • Community: Be part of a CLS Facebook Facilitators Community and LearningHub Discussion Boards to network with other facilitators and continue to grow within the SmartLab and PBL educational space.
Dr. Deirdre Pilch

“We are able to work with our students to get them career and college ready, and we do that K-12. SmartLabs help by getting students’ hands on projects and activities, getting them working with partners in the classroom, and getting them building something they would’ve never have imagined they could build…it’s actually shown our community what our students are capable of.”

Dr. Deirdre Pilch
Superintendent, Greeley-Evans School District 6 | Public | Greeley, CO
Travis Brantingham

“By moving beyond textbooks and theory, investing in SmartLab HQs technology gives students a chance to succeed in an ever-changing, fast-moving environment while fostering essential skills such as communication, flexibility, creativity, and collaboration. We’re equipping students with the tools, resources, and confidence to adapt to new technologies and ideas that push the world forward.”

Travis Brantingham
Head of School, The Principia School | Private | St. Louis, MO
Bryan Frazier

“SmartLab Learning’s turnkey solutions allowed us to move quickly to implement a district-wide STEM program…the SmartLab Learning solutions plus the professional development allowed our students to be actively engaged in project-based learning immediately.”

Bryan Frazier
Superintendent, Claremore Public Schools | Public | Claremore, OK
Mark Weerts

“In our SmartLab, students become empowered and engaged as they use critical thinking, curiosity, and collaboration to apply content standards. I have yet to meet a student who doesn’t love this class or
benefit from this connected approach to learning.”

Mark Weerts
Principal, Phoenix Middle School | Public | East Troy, WI

Ready to start planning your SmartLab?

We’re excited to hear from you. Let’s change the way your students engage with math and science–in and outside the classroom.