Innovators

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.

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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.

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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.

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Jamie Harbin

 

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

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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.