We create breakthrough learning experiences. Our transformative, student-driven approach gives students the ability to immerse themselves completely in their projects from design conception to fabrication. Coaches support students every step of the way by challenging them to collaborate with one another and create unique solutions to complex problems.
We see Engage students make significant gains in creative confidence and self-empowerment throughout every project. Their sense of what they are capable of as individuals and as part of a team is dramatically transformed in positive ways. Through their collaborative efforts, Engage students develop a deep connection to their team and an invigorated interest in their community.
Average Number of students per team
Project teams have 8-10 students and 3-4 coaches each. Our low student-to-coach ratio gives students the opportunity to experience moments of individualized learning.
The final product of each project is donated to the local community. Engage projects can be seen in Oklahoma City, Norman, Noble, and more.
In two years, Engage Learning has impacted the lives of over 250 students by empowering them to think outside the box and helping their ideas come to life.
Engage Learning focuses on facilitating middle school design projects. However, we are constantly diversifying our reach. Below is an overview of our Spring 2018 projects.
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Noble and Little Axe
Our two eighth grade teams from Noble and Little Axe public schools are designing a portable battery sharing system to implement at their high schools next year.
Lincoln Elementary School
This semester, four teams from Lincoln Elementary in Norman are working to design a new playground with natural elements.
Office of Juvenile Affairs
An all-female team of students at the Office of Juvenile Affairs in Norman are building a greenhouse that will provide local produce for the facility.
All Saints Junior High
Our All Saints team is designing a modular home in partnership with Norman to help provide housing for the impoverished community in Norman.