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Teaching Tomorrow's Innovators

Bringing Innovation into Classrooms


A free curriculum gives teachers the tools to teach 21st century job skills.

In our global economy, 21st-century skills like design thinking and iterating ideas are crucial for today’s job market. The Academy has created an Innovation Curriculum that not only teaches STEM skills, it also teaches 21st-century skills.

We followed some of the students at our Global STEM Alliance Summit as they participated in the Innovation workshop. In this video you'll see first-hand how this curriculum can offer students new skills and perspectives.

Find how to bring this curriculum to your classroom here.