Contract Category: Applied Technology Learning Laboratories
Contract Number: 19/070MJ-01
Initial Award Date: October 16, 2019
1st Renewal Start Date: October 16, 2020
2nd Renewal Start Date: October 16, 2021
Current Expiration Date: October 15, 2022
Renewal Options Remaining: 1
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Contract Partner: Creative Learning Systems
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Approved Market Area: National
APPROVED PRODUCT OR SERVICE:
Applied Technology Labs
HUB Status: No
MWBE Status: No
SBE Status: No
ABOUT THIS PARTNER:
Creative Learning Systems designs student-centered transformational and engaging project-based learning opportunities with a STE(A)M foundation for K–12. We offer a wide range of experiences—from fully loaded labs and digital media/communication arts programs to distance learning options—all of which promote unique learning opportunities that have students investigating, researching, creating, and collaborating.
Since creating one of the first interactive technology labs in 1987, Creative Learning Systems has been a pioneer of project-based learning that engages students and ignites their curiosity. With our framework, we build an iterative culture where students explore, plan, do, reflect, and share. While the challenges and cutting-edge technology behind our learning solutions are ever evolving, our educational philosophy remains constant:
- Effective project-based learning with a STE(A)M foundation is an integrated, transdisciplinary approach that builds connections to fine arts, language arts, and social studies.
- Educational programs must address the needs of a wide range of abilities, learning styles, and personal interests.
- Voice and choice empower students to shape their own learning experiences through personalized learning that is differentiated and relevant to the interests of all learners.
- College and career readiness skills such as real-world problem solving, creativity, analytical thinking, collaboration, communication, and accountability are an integral part of the educational experience.
- All students should be in an environment that provides opportunities for social and emotional growth to facilitate their ability to adapt, navigate, and achieve established goals.
- Technology is an integral part of students’ learning and living. Students should have the opportunity to actively practice and develop these skills within their learning environment.
- Authentic assessment via student presentations to their peers and e-portfolios establishes evidence that they can apply and effectively communicate what they have learned.
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