Hands-on Engineering

Being hands-on is especially important in the classroom because it allows students to engage in kinesthetic learning. Students learn better when they can relate to a subject, when it is personally meaningful. Learning happens when the brain is engaged in making connections and creating familiar patterns. Hands-on learning engages students of all ages in multiple…

First Two Weeks of School: Building Relationships

The most important time in the school year for students, teachers, and parents is the first two weeks. It is a time when students and teachers build relationships, set expectations for learning, and reinforce the routines for classroom management and curriculum implementation. We are pleased and honored to announce that we had a successful experience…