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It’s all in the approach!

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.

– Benjamin Franklin

What’s the best way to learn?

Practice, practice, practice, and more practice. When students learn about physical computing through our engaging, hands-on learning approach, they are building the foundational skills needed to thrive in a competitive world. Once they have the basic knowledge of microcontrollers, servo motors, light emitting diodes, breadboards, resistors, and other components, and master all of the technical jargon that’s necessary, we follow up by pairing their newfound knowledge with familiar children’s and young adult books, as well as incorporate various content areas. Then we connect them to real-world applications and design fun, useful creations.


Familiarity is key

Knowledge is power –
What’s inside that noggin?

Girl with arduino

Practice makes perfect

Learn by doing because it’s okay to FAIL – it’s your First Attempt In Learning!

students with ipad

If they build it, they will learn!

Students go from consumers to producers.