January 2023 Newsletter

January 2023

We’ve expanded our Innovation Grants during the new winter/spring cycle to now include immersive Innovation Labs® and our Professional Development, in addition to our K-12 Innovation curriculum. We’re providing up to $1 million, but act soon because grants may be limited. For more information, click the button below.

Schedule your PD Today

3D Printing
  • STEM Day of Innovation
  • 3D Printing
  • Vinyl Cutting
  • Laser Cutting
  • Plasma Cutting
  • Electronic Kits
  • Raspberry Pi & Arduino
STEM day of Innovation
  • Stop-motion Animation
  • Prototyping with Cardboard
  • Video Production
  • Logo and Package Design
  • Prototyping with Blue Foam
  • Working with Silicon
  • Custom Workshops

“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

Is Your Inventionland® Curriculum Program Up for Renewal?

Get 2023 Off to a Great Start. Schedule Professional Development TodaySimply email Nathan Field, our Executive Director so you continue to have full access to this rewarding and powerful program for your school.

Download Your Complimentary Innovation Labs® Starter Kit

Free Innovation Labs® Starter KitYour kit includes:
  • Portfolio Catalog of Lab Design Options
  • Lab Design Video Links
  • Before and After Examples
  • Immersive Learning Spaces White Paper
  • Design, Construction and Install Steps
Your starter Kit also includes a complimentary consultation with one of our project managers.

Invention Contests are in Full Swing - Check Them Out

Invention Contest PhotoWe assisted in school level invention contests for Ligonier Valley High School, Grove City Middle School, Highlands Middle School, and Burgettstown High School.

The winning groups from Grove City Middle School classroom invented the “Expert Folder”. The Expert Folder was created by 8th grade students: Jacob, Karen, and Logan. The Expert Folder is an invention that helps make folding clothes simpler and faster. Additionally, the the “EZ Carry” was also a winner. The EZ Carry was created by 8th grade students: Brady, Reece, and Joseph. The EZ Carry is a new type of wearable bag that can hold personal items and also helps carry heavy grocery bags. The grocery bags are able to be hooked onto the wearable bag so people don’t have to carry heavy grocery bags in their hands.

Inventionland® Education Awarded Project of Distinction for Berkshire Local Schools

STEMM Opportunity Alliance logoWatch John Stoddard, Superintendent, talk about the new Innovation Labs® in this short video

Inventionland® Education Featured In School Business Affairs Magazine

Building Success Through Innovative Partnerships

Have an Idea? We’d Love to Hear from You.

Some of our very best ideas come from educators like you. If you have something you’d like to share, or an idea on how we can make our curriculum, projects or professional learning even better, please drop us a line.
Inventionland Education

“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®


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