Children’s Innovation Project
Children’s Innovation Project engages young children in broad interdisciplinary learning and creativity.
Click! Spy School
Click! Spy School engages girls, ages 10â€“14, to solve mysteries and complete covert missions using important science concepts as secret agents-in-training.
The Carnegie Mellon CS-STEM Network teaches computer science and robotics skills through tutorials and games.
Digital Discovery Room
Digital Discovery Room was a photo sharing website that connects kids to nature and taught scientific thinking.
Digital Toys for Math Literacy
Digital Toys for Math Literacy from Propel Schools is a low cost, kid-friendly object that helps families imagine, explore and learn math concepts together.
Early Learning Environment (Ele)
Early Learning Environment (Ele) is a website that helps caregivers use technology to further children’s development.
iQ smartmedia creates and promotes educational games, music, web and TV videos, events, and workshops for children to have fun and learn.
RePlayMyPlay is a play exhibit at the Carnegie Science Center that converts the mechanical energy from the motion of children’s play into electric power.
Walks in the Park with Robotic Creatures
Walks in the Parks with Robotic Creatures from Ingram Clockworks led children on nature walks where they discovered small robots that mimic animal behaviors.
Message From Me
Message from Me is a communications tool that allows children to capture images, record messages, and send updates to their parents during the school day.