Please join us at a Savannah SmartLab School!

Please join us at a Savannah SmartLab School!

Where: Blessed Sacrament School

1003 East Victory Drive
Savannah, GA 31405

Agenda for Thursday, April 11

12:35 | Check-in at the Main Office
12:45 | Welcome, Introductions, Lunch
1:20 | Observation Rotation: Second Grade SmartLab
2:00 | Debrief
2:15 | Depart

Please use this form to RSVP by
Wednesday, April 10.

Questions? Send us an email.

Space is limited.

Learning Objectives

Georgia’s Commitment to Education 

The Georgia Department of Education aims to offer a holistic education to every child in the state, thereby graduating students who are “ready to learn, ready to live, and ready to lead.” But what does this mean in the everyday classroom? 

To prepare learners for post-secondary success, K–12 programming needs to be accessible and engaging to every student, presenting core concepts with an eye on the ever-evolving future. With project-based STEM/STEAM engagements that strengthen students’ academic and social-emotional skills, SmartLab Learning can help educators ignite curiosity and passion in tomorrow’s innovators. 

SmartLab Learning In Georgia

Support Your Future Problem-Solvers

To prepare learners for the 21st century workplace, the Georgia Department of Education has made a strong commitment to furthering STEM and Career and Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) initiatives throughout the state. This means increasing access to learning technologies, delivering relevant course content, and preparing educators with the right training. 

SmartLab Learning supports the increased implementation of these programs by providing: 

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