November 2022 Newsletter
A pair of middle school students from Grove City Middle School in Pennsylvania recently signed a licensing agreement after winning their invention contests using the Inventionland curriculum. While we’re not quite ready to announce all of the details, this is a solid example of the incredibly creative and worthwhile work that comes directly from students, with the help from their teacher mentors. Look for more exciting developments in the weeks and months to come.
Innovation Grant Deadline is December 16th
Inventionland Education Earns Project of Distinction Award for Berkshire Local Schools
PD Offerings Now Included in Innovation Grants
- 3D Printers
- Laser Cutters
- Vinyl Cutters
- Prototyping with Cardboard
- Logo and Package Design
- Video Production
- Stop Motion Video
- Molding and Casting
"This workshop was probably the best I've been to in years. It was hands-on, engaging, and I left with multiple resources that I can and will actually use in my classroom." – Bethany Bostic, Rappahannock County Elementary School
Fall Invention Contests Take Center Stage
Middle school students from Highlands School District competed in their school-level invention contest at the end of October. Six groups of students competed against each other and presented their ideas virtually to the judges from Inventionland Education. After the groups presented, the judges deliberated and chose “The Sugar Depo” presented by Jayson and Adam as the winning invention! “The Sugar Depo” is a device they created that helps deposit sugar into your coffee cup quickly and efficiently.
The Kiski School Contest
20% Holiday Savings on our Teacher Resources
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“Students are on a mission, they are explorers… they are building their confidence. To me, we want to build up kids for life, not tests.” – George M. Davison, Founder and CEO of Inventionland