A video prepared by the Las Vegas Southeast Career and Technical Academy (SECTA) about using Simlog’s Hydraulic Excavator Personal Simulator in its Construction Technology Program.
Learn how Anchorage School District's portable career exploration strategy paves the way for new certification programs with Simlog's Personal Simulators.
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.
Chabot Community College (CCC) in Hayward, California was looking for a vendor to supply professional 3D laser scanning systems for their engineering classrooms to bring greater opportunity for hands-on learning with industry standard equipment and to better prepare their students for their fields.
Hillsborough Community College (HCC) was looking for a vendor to supply professional 3D laser scanning systems for their electronics engineering classrooms to bring greater opportunity for hands-on learning with industry standard equipment to better prepare their students for their fields.
How Omaha Public Schools Implemented Simlog's Forklift Personal Simulators for OSHA Operator Certification in a Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Program
Alaska Department of Corrections' (ADOC) Goose Creek Correctional Center (GCCC) opened in July 2012 and houses over 1,500 inmates. It is a mini-mum and medium custody facility for men. With over thirty newly established vocational programs, GCCC's mission emphasizes rehabilitation and re-entry into society.
“Our kids can put on their resume that they designed and built an experiment that flew on the International Space Station.” - Matthew Brown, engineering teacher, Lakewood High School and Warren Technical School
“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.”
In McAllen, Texas, a district whose student population is 95% Hispanic(1), a true dual language curriculum is an absolute necessity. McAllen Independent School District 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.