Project-Based Learning vs. Traditional Learning
Project-based-learning is a student-centered approach to teaching that involves an innovative approach to learning. Students are able to gain the same knowledge, if not more, than they would gain from a traditional class, while also developing extremely vital critical thinking and problem-solving skills. These critical thinking skills will be most vital for students following graduation, and project-based learning allows students to best develop these.

In our free 30-minute live webinar next Thursday, May 9, we will explore how project-based learning enables your students to be better problem solvers and critical thinkers. You’ll learn about project based learning’s unique benefits to students in STEM fields and learn how to implement project-based learning in your own classroom. This webinar is also an opportunity to ask us questions and e-meet like-minded peers!

Fill out this form, so we can reach out to you with details to access our webinar.

The next webinar will be on:

Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 1:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM CT / 4:00 PM ET.

We will also send out a recording of the webinar (without the live Q&A) next week to those who sign up, so no worries if you can't make it. If you have any questions, please email us at

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Below are pictures of our instructional resources for physical computing. Would you be interested in bringing them to your classroom? *
QPi Robot Kit: Ready to code out of the box. Includes Raspberry Pi with wireless connection.
50+ hours of pre-made lessons and activities. Aligned to NGSS and CSTA standards.
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