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Read stories and case studies from teachers across America who have used Wonder Workshop in their classroom.

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Jill Cooper


Jill Cooper is a Technology Teacher at McDowell Mountain Elementary in Arizona. Since the fall of 2016, all of the students at McDowell Mountain have been using Wonder Workshop on a rotating basis. In addition, some students use Dash and Dot year round in the Wonder League.

Amy McKearney


Amy McKearney, a STEM Teacher at Corpus Christi School in Connecticut, is increasing the STEM presence at her PK-8 school and thought Wonder Workshop’s hands-on approach would be the perfect fit. As of January 2018, she’s just getting started with her Classroom Pack, plus an additional 2 Dash robots.

Laura McCaffrey


Laura McCaffrey is the Director of School Support & Academic Services at the Archdiocese of Hartford. Over the last two years, fifteen schools in the archdiocese have started using Wonder Workshop.

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Mendy Hayes


Mendy Hayes is a Technology Integration Specialist at Enid Public Schools - District 57. Every elementary school in the district received Wonder Workshop from a grant. She works with the Early Education Director and other administrators and helps plan two yearly robotics fairs for the district of 8,000 students featuring their STEM solutions.

Jamie Harbin


Jamie Harbin is the STEAM Teacher at B.B. Comer Memorial Elementary School in Alabama.

Becky McDowell


Becky McDowell is a K-5 STEM Teacher/Team Leader for Barrington 220 School District. Becky uses Wonder Workshop’s Dash and Dot with students in grades K-4.

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