The students at my school are so excited about learning. They come into the Innovation Center (Library) every day ready to expand their knowledge by reading books, creating projects, conducting research, coding etc.
The Innovation Center is a place where students are encouraged to use their imaginations to create, explore and investigate things that they are learning about in class or things that they have an interest in learning more about.
Many of my students don't have access to books and technology at home so our Innovation Center is like a treasure chest to them!
I am amazed at how many students have come into the library recently asking for books about science, engineering and technology. Technology is advancing so quickly that it is difficult to keep current resources on the shelves.
The students that I am teaching are the future generation of engineers and inventors.
It is crucial that they have access to tools that will help them to be prepared for the world of technology that they will be a part of.
These books will help to prepare them for the future by informing them about the past, present and future of technology. Specifically, we will use these books to do research on various inventions. After completing the research students will create their own inventions.
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