TeacherGeek Transforms Schools

Solve Engineering + Equity = Happy Teachers & Kids
(And you can fund it with ARP ESSER $$)
Mandated Engineering Standards Solved

The new Engineering Standards were intimidating for teachers… until now.

TeacherGeek activities solve the frustrations of engineering with kids. Teacher-designed activities are super easy to get started and all but run themselves. Activity documents and videos are uniquely engaging, with tons of fun pictures, optional scenarios, and exciting challenges. Rockstar teachers can even customize activities by adding optional labs and challenges, even editing the documents right in MS Word.
Happy Principal in front of TeacherGeek STEM STEAM Maker Cart
Equitable STEM/STEAM
Happy Kid with TeacherGeek Wiggle-Bot STEM STEAM Maker Project

Designed for equity, from the curriculum to the building components.

The kid whose parents run a machine shop no longer has the upper hand: TeacherGeek components make it easy to engage kids in real, hands-on engineering. Curriculum is designed for learners of all backgrounds: videos and picture-heavy documents communicate to students who are struggling readers, optional labs and extensions scaffold or enrich, hands-on making gets kids engaged, and challenges have no ceiling, so kids are never done making!
STEAM Spotlight: Miami-Dade Schools

20,000 Kids + 70,000 TeacherGeek Activity Packs
= 1 Amazing Summer Program

Miami-Dade Schools and TeacherGeek teamed up to address the unprecedented academic, physical, and social/emotional needs caused by the pandemic. Hands-on engineering with TeacherGeek was so successful in Miami-Dade that after the first summer, time devoted to STEM/STEAM was doubled, the number of activity packs ordered grew 50%, and teachers of students with special needs pushed to get TeacherGeek in their classrooms, too.
Miami-Dade Kids with TeacherGeek Wind Lift STEM STEAM Maker Project Collage

How may Local Educational Agencies use ESSER funds?

According to the US Department of Education FAQ:
  • Providing principals and other school leaders with the resources necessary to address the needs of their individual schools. (p. 11)
  • Planning and implementing activities related to summer learning and enrichment and supplemental after-school programs, including providing classroom instruction or online learning during the summer months and addressing the needs of low-income students, students with disabilities, English learners, migrant students, students experiencing homelessness, and children and youth in foster care. (p. 11)
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