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SMALLab Learning Takes Part in the McKeel IBIS Project


SMALLab Learning is proud to be a sponsor for the McKeel IBIS Project. The McKeel Innovative Best Instructional Strategies (IBIS) Project serves to assist and support Florida’s lower performing charter schools with technology integration and literacy using the Flow embodied learning environment from SMALLab Learning.

SMALLab Learning Joins New Roads and GameDesk to Open the First PlayMaker School in Los Angeles


In our information-rich, fast-paced technologically advanced world, the classroom environment is changing and interactive learning is the key to motivating and engaging our students. SMALLab Learning together with New Roads and GameDesk are providing immersive, game-based learning approaches to help bring education into the 21st century through the new PlayMaker Space.

SMALLab Learning Makes a Breakthrough on STEM Education with Embodied Learning and Active Games


SMALLab Learning announces the presentation of their latest embodied learning and active research at the premier conference for education, American Educational Research Association (AERA). SMALLab Learning is launching several new games that are supported by the efficacy of the recent studies. SMALLab Learning in conjunction with the Embodied Games for Learning lab at ASU create games for STEM education that are kinesthetic and active.

SMALLab Learning Presenting at Education Innovation Summit 2013


The Education Innovation Summit is a dynamic, three-day convergence of industry leaders, visionaries, entrepreneurs, investors, and activists who are truly and deeply passionate about education. It has become the can't-miss education innovation event of the year in just three years since it was founded. The 4th annual summit will be held April 15-17 in Scottsdale, AZ at the Phoenician Resort. 

SMALLab Learning and Elizabeth Forward School District bring Science, Technology, Engineering and Math into Middle School


SMALLab Learning LLC is proud to announce their most recent installation in Elizabeth Forward Middle School just outside of Pittsburgh, PA. With the installation of a SMALLab learning environment, Elizabeth Forward School District is reshaping their entire curriculum to improve student interest and knowledge in STEM subjects.

Mina Johnson-Glenberg: SMALLab Learning is Shaking Up Education

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With grade-school kids now carting around the ultimate entertainment device in their pockets, teachers need to get creative to get their attention. Frank Gruber writes for Tech Cocktail, August 30, 2012.

College Ready Learning Technologies Catalog


The second wave of NGLC funding focused on the development of next generation course modules and assessments designed to help students master 7th- to 9th-grade-level math and literacy aligned with the Common Core Standards.

SMALLab Learning and eInstruction Singapore announce global partnership for K-12 Embodied and Engaging Learning Environments


SMALLab Learning LLC, a leader in embodied learning, and eInstruction Singapore, the preferred partner for teaching and training solutions, have recently announced that SMALLab Learning products will be available in Singapore.

SMALLab Learning Announces Winners of the Flow Design Contest for Teachers


SMALLab Learning announces the winners of the Flow Design Contest in celebration of the recent launch of their Flow learning environment using the Microsoft Kinect™. “We received a number of outstanding submissions and were excited to see such an enthusiastic response from educators across the country!” said Dr. David Birchfield, SMALLab Learning CEO. SMALLab Learning will build the winning proposal, and winners will receive a free Flow system for their classroom.

David Birchfield: Embodied Learning: Origins and Implications


If you missed David Birchfield's webcast from DC at the Cyberlearning Research Summit, here's the video from the conference!


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