Where: Sacred Heart Catholic School
Address: 300 Routh Davis Drive,
Warner Robbins, GA 31088
Date: December 6, 2022
Time: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Lunch and giveaways will be provided!
SmartLab visits are a great way to see both facilitators and students in an active lab. If you are interested in visiting a lab, please fill out the form to register.
11:00am – 11:30am
Visit the Elementary School Lab and participate in a Facilitator Discussion and Q&A session.
11:30am – 12:00pm
Visit the Middle School Lab and participate in a Facilitator Discussion and Q&A session.
12:00pm – 12:45pm
Lunch will be provided to visitors.
12:45pm – 1:00pm
Visit the Elementary School Lab and observe a lesson with students in the SmartLab.
1:15pm – 1:45pm
Visit the Middle School Lab and observe a lesson with students in the SmartLab.
1:45pm – 2:00pm
A final Q&A session with Facilitators.
Seats are limited! Fill out the registration form to reserve your spot today!
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.
“SmartLabs have absolutely brought both girls and people of color into the STEM fields at our high schools.”
SmartLab Learning In Georgia
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:
To learn more about the research and philosophy behind SmartLab Learning, click the button below.
See which Georgia schools and districts have implemented SmartLab Learning solutions.
“Our students have had the opportunity to attend, learn, and create in our SmartLab HQ. I love seeing the excitement on the students’ faces as they interact with coding, engineering, and 3D printing to name a few. The students love to show off their learning with other students, parents, and staff. We are so fortunate to have a SmartLab at KMBE!”
The Creative Learning Systems team has helped public, private, rural, urban, large, and small schools secure funding. Our Regional Sales Managers can assist with:
ESSER for Public Schools
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund
EANS for Private Schools
Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools
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Funding Through Grants
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Learn what to prioritize when applying for ESSER funding.Learn More About ESSER for Public Schools
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Meet the private donors working to make SmartLab Learning accessible to all.
You don’t have to go it alone — the CLS team can help you with the grant search and application process.
Mix and match our student-led, STEAM-focused solutions or learn how you can enhance them with additional layers of learning. You can start small with just one of our SmartLab Learning solutions or fill your school with our all of our solutions–we offer a variety of customizations.
We’re excited to hear from you. Let’s change the way your students engage with math and science—in and outside the classroom.