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What We’ve Been Up To

What We’ve Been Up To

The NeuroMaker Team was busy during the summer of 2022. Each project we completed is engineered to provide you and your students and staff the best possible experience while using NeuroMaker materials. We’re so glad you’re here. You will be, too. NeuroMaker e-learning NeuroMaker’s Implementation Team is delighted to announce their newest product for the EdDevelopment space, NeuroMaker e-learning. Before…

Customer Highlight: Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School

Customer Highlight: Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School

Cultivating Creative Confidence to Tackle the Challenges of the Future Mrs. Alanna Wellwood has the daunting task of bringing innovation to the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School, (STS). This job title covers a wide landscape: education technology, overseeing hybrid learning, and student digital skills mastery, to name a few of her responsibilities. But due to her enthusiasm and dedication to education, she takes…

Customer Highlight: Sydney Public Schools

Customer Highlight: Sydney Public Schools

Rural Tech-Forward Montana School District Embraces AI and Robotics Too often, rural schools and communities, especially those heavily supported by agriculture, find themselves behind the curve on technology. But now, as the use of technology, drones, robotics, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in ag continues to rise, it’s more important than ever that districts prepare their students for this shift. Sidney…

Customer Highlight: Oasis Charter Schools

Customer Highlight: Oasis Charter Schools

Cracking the Code: How to Build a Thriving and Inclusive STEM Program It is impossible to not get excited about STEM when talking with Dr. John Omundsen and Kathleen Paul-Evans from Oasis Charter Schools. These innovative educators are passionate about sharing their knowledge regarding their journey into creating an inclusive and successful STEM program. Omundsen, Director of K-12 STEM Education,…

Customer Highlight: Western New York STEM Hub

Customer Highlight: Western New York STEM Hub

Western New York, May 3, 2022 – WNY STEM Hub has announced a long-term strategic partnership with NeuroMaker to benefit the STEM community. The partnership will connect the community of Western New York with the broader world of STEM technologies and career opportunities in the 21st-century economy. Collaboration with industry, community, educational, and technology leaders will be at the core…

Customer Highlight: Hale Charter Academy

Customer Highlight: Hale Charter Academy

Kate Dehbashi teaches 8th grade computer science and robotics classes at Hale Charter Academy in Woodland Hills, one of the many schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Hale started an engineering design, information and communication technologies CTE pathways program about 5 years ago, and their school has been working with different STEM products since then. This past Fall…

Customer Highlight: Boston Public Schools

Customer Highlight: Boston Public Schools

Joe Corsi is a first-year science and mathematics educator at East Boston High School. At the school, he works with STEAM Scholars, a group dedicated to preparing students for careers in STEM while providing opportunities to learn about different pathways within STEAM. The group also helps them with resume building and interview skills so they can apply for internships. Corsi…

Customer Highlight: Envisioneers

Customer Highlight: Envisioneers

Q&A with Maria Drake, CEO of Envisioneers Maria Drake is the Founding CEO of Envisioneers, a nonprofit located in Northern California dedicated to reducing the opportunity gap in education. Envisioneers is a spinoff from Citizen Schools, a national organization that has provided expanded learning opportunities to underserved and underrepresented middle school students across the country since 1995. By working with…

Massachusetts High School Uses STEM to Teach About the Societal Impact Technology Plays

Massachusetts High School Uses STEM to Teach About the Societal Impact Technology Plays

IMPACT STORY: KING PHILIP REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, MASSACHUSETTS A STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related job doesn’t necessarily mean that you will be working in  a lab or need a fancy degree. There are far more applications to STEM related work but the assumption that you can  only be a scientist or engineer persists. Between this and a lack…

New York High School Prepares Its Students for Future Jobs through Engaging Classroom Experiences

New York High School Prepares Its Students for Future Jobs through Engaging Classroom Experiences

Impact Story: Jamestown High School, New York Situated between Lake Erie to the north and the Allegheny National Forest to the south, Jamestown is the largest population center in Chautauqua County. In the 20th century, Jamestown was a thriving industrial area, noted for producing several well-known products. Jamestown was also once called the “Furniture Capital of the World” because of the…