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How was school today?

It’s a question that has students in an Elementary SmartLab HQ bursting with enthusiasm. In the SmartLab HQ, students explore robotics, software engineering, mechanics and structures, circuitry, scientific data and analysis, alternative energy, computer graphics, and digital media arts. That’s a great day at school!

Girls In An Elementary SmartLab

SmartLab Learning programs are fully-articulated for K–12. Everything from technology and equipment, to classroom design to curriculum and scheduling are curated and integrated to provide an age-appropriate learning experience.

Upper elementary students rotate from project to project, while whole-class, teacher-led activities provide age-appropriate guidance for younger learners. Students learn to develop project objectives and document their learning in Portfolios, daily journals, and project presentations.

Students At A Peninsula In An Elementary SmartLab

In an Elementary SmartLab HQ, young learners discover a wide range of  technologies. They engage in authentic first-hand experiences in STEM, building interest and inspiring many to pursue these fields in more depth in the years to come.

“We must prepare all students, including girls and people of color who are underrepresented in these fields, to be proficient in STEM subjects.”

—Presidents Council of Advisors on Science and Technology 

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