Creators of Learning Environments

K-12 Education

Science, STEM & Robotics

We offer customized TEKs based learning software from LJ Create, Edusmart and sciTex for Elementary, Middle School and High School science programs. For STEM education we feature Minds-i Robotics and zSpace 3D virtual reality learning systems; and for reading classes we offer both Skate Kids and Ramps to Reading from SKO Learning.

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Technical & Vocational Training

Manufacturing, Welding, Oil & Gas, Simulation, HVAC

We offer an diverse selection of technical training equipment from industry leading manufacturers including a line of advanced manufacturing trainers from Amatrol, CNC and Robotics trainers from Fanuc, welding simulation units from Lincoln Electric, skills trainers for the Oil & Gas industry as well as training equipment for Maintenance, Heavy Equipment Simulation and HVAC systems.

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Colleges & Universities

3D Printers, Engineering Training

Today's technology is advancing at an incredible rate. Give your students access to the cutting-edge technology they will encounter throughout their career. We offer an assortment of technology for colleges and universities including 3D Printers from industry leader Stratasys and 3D Scanner from 3D Digital Corp.

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Case Studies

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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