In order to leverage the strengths of small school communities, we want to bring together teachers and students for conversation around how classroom practices can be relevant and engaging for all students.
We are developing personalized books that solve problems for parents looking to create teachable moments on difficult topics and improve vocabulary retention, and solve problems for gift givers who want a gift that they know the kid they are buying for will love.
Case logging, which is required for all procedures, is completely manual and consequently time-consuming, inaccurate, and costly. Knot automates this process and enhances the case log to contain all of the knowledge gained from a procedure, and give residents back their time so that they may instead learn, study, perform research or learn surgeries to better serve their patients.
Through innovative educational experiences leveraging immersive virtual reality, we aim to provide healthcare students and professionals with the opportunity to foster better relationships with patients who are often stigmatized within the healthcare system.
February 7, 2019 3:30pm-5:30pm Discovery Bar, Cabot Science Library. Come and learn about HILT's Spark Grants for faculty and staff. This event is in advance of our spring 2019 application deadline to help potential applicants hear tips on how what make successful HILT Spark projects, meet recent awardees, and network to find potential teammates and collaborators.
STEMtelling is a set of interactive diagnostic tools designed for secondary students that promote the individualized discovery and learning of STEM, based on each student's own life, experiences, and relationships.
We would like to develop a low-cost, highly-mobile modular pre-school which would help communities to recover from hardships or expand their educational capacity to children who may not have been able to access education before.