Case Studies

Students in the University of West Florida College of Health now have the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of the human body through the use of synthetic cadavers. The cadavers are part of the newly developed Applied Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory, housed within the Department of Exercise Science and Community Health.
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To give students the real-world experience needed to meet new career-ready requirements, Bryan High School developed a partnership with First Book - a non-profit book bank that provides books to children in need. One of the objectives of this partnership is to provide TDL students with industry recognized OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and forklift operator certifications.
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There is something special going on in McAllen Independent School District. In one year (2015-2016), there was a tripling of “time on task” in the MISD SciTEX science labs. That same year, the students’ Living with STEM assessment scores increased in 17 of the 19 schools where the program is used, with 4 schools achieving a 10% or better improvement.
In McAllen, Texas, a district whose student population is 95% Hispanic, a true dual language curriculum is an absolute necessity. McAllen ISD has made Living with STEM the standard for delivering science education in their SciTEX science labs, equipping 19 elementary schools with the LJ Create hands-on kits for active learning and computer-based curriculum.
WATCH: Carroll students from Mr. Steve Nathman’s Digital & Interactive Media class successfully launched and flew a drone they had assembled themselves. The drone demonstration took place on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at Carroll High School, but these students had been working on the drone assembly since October.
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“3D printing overcomes technical barriers for students. What used to be strenuous to produce by traditional methods can now be done with the press of a button. The process is simpler than we expected but the impact has been remarkable as it inspires students and induces creative thinking.” – Professor Young Choi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chung-Ang University.
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How Omaha Public Schools Implemented Simlog's Forklift Personal Simulators for OSHA Operator Certification in a Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Program
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A Colorado teacher has figured out how to use Stratasys 3D Printers to take his students to outer space. Matthew Brown teaches engineering and design, sustainability, renewable energy and construction at Lakewood High School and Warren Technical School, in Jefferson County, Colorado. When Brown received a new equipment budget a few years ago, he took the opportunity to add a next-level teaching aide to his classrooms.
We live in a world of rapid change, a world where demographic, digital, and cultural shift are norms. Today’s children are growing up in a world where the lines between information and entertainment have been blurred.
Reducing the estimated 300,000 concussions per year sustained by high school athletes has become a major public health priority. Athletes lose consciousness in just 10 percent of concussion injuries, which makes it difficult to detect concussions and also increases the risk that those athletes will incur a much more serious injury by continuing to play with reduced faculties.
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