Workbench Partners with SparkFun to Launch Online Education Community

Baltimore, MD --- Edtech company Workbench has partnered with SparkFun Education to create the online community, “InventorSpace,” which combine SparkFun's curriculum with its circuit boards, robotics components, and other materials to bring engaging supplemental content to teachers and students.

The SparkFun InventorSpace will allow users to interact with the company and with one another to share programs, videos, lessons and experiences. In addition, the content created in this workbench can be leveraged by educators to drive interactive, hands-on learning in the classroom helping to meet NGSS standards.

The SparkFun InventorSpace built on the Workbench platform features projects that use sensors, switches, and controllers to teach STEM skills such as geometry, science, art, physics and coding. With its fully integrated and custom learning management system, teachers can use it to assign lessons and monitor student progress.

The Workbench platform allows partner companies to reach more people in a dynamic way and build long-term relationships with their customers as they expand content on the platform. For students and teachers, the Workbench platform provides a place to find free, engaging online projects that allow students to learn STEM skills while building and creating.


To view the Workbench platform, go to http://www.workbenchplatform.com  

For more information, visit http://sparkfuneducation.com

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