Answering the question, “When am I ever going to use this Math and Science?”

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The Infinity Project is a national leader in high-tech engineering curriculum for secondary schools.  Developed by renowned university engineering professors and education experts, this innovative program sparks students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

For over a decade now, this innovative program has helped schools and districts across the country bring cutting-edge engineering curricula to students.  Students focus on the math and science behind Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Environmental and Biomedical Engineering.  Hands-on engineering design projects tie key concepts together and bring math and science to life for both students and teachers.

Educators use this results-oriented program to encourage students, especially those under-represented in STEM, to pursue higher level math and science course work.  The Infinity Project provides schools with rigorous, relevant, flexible curriculum that is modular in format and may be taught as a standalone course or incorporated into existing STEM classes.

Engineering for Today’s Intermediate School keeps students in 6th – 9th grade engaged as they learn how math and science concepts apply to real-life applications.  Activities are centered on twelve modules covering major engineering disciplines.  Students apply concepts through fun, hands-on design projects that include building a loudspeaker, robot, rocket, bridge and prosthetic leg.

Engineering Design exposes high school students to new and relevant applications of math, science and technology.  The program consists of four modules covering electrical, mechanical, biomedical, and environmental engineering. Students learn to think and act like engineers as they build a sinusoidal midi player, robotic rover, prosthetic implant and develop a more sustainable manner of living.

Engineering Math helps high school students focus on the application of math to engineering concepts.  Students utilize a variety of mathematical methods and models to represent and analyze engineering problems involving robotics, fluid power and pneumatics, physics of machines, statics and structures, and electricity.

The Infinity Project provides instructors with the Complete Solution for implementing STEM into the classroom.

  • Week-long Summer Professional Development
  • High-tech Engineering Curriculum
  • Exercises, Activities , and Module Exams with Solutions
  • Daily Lesson Plan Guide
  • On-line Classroom Support

The Infinity Project Technology KitConverting classroom computers into high-tech engineering stations.

The Infinity Project Technology Kit components are easy to use and install on existing classroom PCs.

Developed to work in tandem with The Infinity Project curriculum, the Technology Kit includes the latest easy-to-use hardware and software – enabling students to think and act like real engineers.

Built around cutting-edge data acquisition technology developed by Texas Instruments and industry-standard LabVIEW software pioneered by National Instruments, The Infinity Project Technology Kit gives students a hands-on opportunity to perform engineering design and experimentation on high-tech topics including the Internet, wireless communications, digital imaging, and music and audio processing. Everything you need in one box.

The Infinity Project Technology Kit includes:

  • Cutting-edge myDAQ hardware turns a computer into a suite of scientific measurement instruments capable of analyzing signal data and controlling simple processes – just like the pros do.
  • Industry-standard LabVIEW software provides a graphical design environment – easy for students to learn and powerful for them to use.
  • Multimedia Peripherals – digital web camera, speakers, microphone and all the cables needed to connect up to a standard PC.

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