Our partnership with educators will continue during the COVID-19 pandemic
There is definitely an element of fun at first. However, once the students begin to try to complete different tasks, they begin to see the issues of aging in a different light. It is important to keep bringing them back to this reality.
We’re trying to get these kids excited about getting skilled and getting into manufacturing careers. This equipment is enhancing our ability to do that.
Harlan Community School District,,
We found that the simulators really push the students. By the time they get done with them, they’re ready for the real thing and they jump right in.
Jeri Lynn Benell
Virgin Valley High School,,
When I walk around my classroom and monitor what kids are doing, I actually hear them talking about what’s on the pages and what was discussed in class, things that might happen at work, etc. It’s interesting to them and applicable to the real world.