SmartLab Learning Prepares Students for Tomorrow's World

Students' learning needs are constantly changing and developing which means how they are taught needs to change and develop as well.

SmartLabs give students the tools to make decisions, solve problems, and manage complex tasks. SmartLab Learning seamlessly integrates standards-aligned curriculum, educator development, learning kits, and learning environments for students K-12. By building these K-12 STEM pathways, students are developing foundational STEM schools during elementary school so they can take higher-level STEM classes in middle and high school. With this essential foundation, students will graduate with the skills they need to solve tomorrow's problems.


SmartLabs are important because students' learning needs are constantly changing and developing which means how they are taught needs to change and develop as well. By providing our students with a 21st Century Learning environment, we are preparing them for college and career by giving them real world skills, authentically assessing them, and giving them a social-emotional learning approach.



Benefits of SmartLab Learning




Engaged Students Make Core Connections to Science and Math

With SmartLab Learning’s student-led approach, learners choose projects they’re passionate about. Through self-reflection, learners connect what they’re doing to the math and science concepts they’re learning.






SmartLab Learning Prepares Students for Future Success

With SmartLab Learning, students learn to establish goals, creatively solve problems, complete projects on time, and share their accomplishments with their community—all essential skills for current and future success.






Gives Students Truly Personalized Experiences

With SmartLab Learning, personalized learning means: students choose a project they’re interested in; leverage their learning styles to experience it; and use self-reflection to construct new meaning based on their new experience and their background knowledge.




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