Intellitronix to Develop Robotic Curriculum for STEM Schools
EASTLAKE, Ohio, Sept. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Intellitronix, a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Lighting Group (OTC: USLG), today announced that it will be developing a robotics curriculum for the Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools for their W-E School of Innovation.
Under the STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Math) program, learning is collaborative and project-based; kids work closely together in a hands-on way to solve real-world problems.
“By supporting our Schools’ Innovation program through a robotics curriculum, Intellitronix will be giving our children a hands-on, real-life experience in innovative technology.” said Intellitronix CEO, Paul Spivak. “As our curriculum at Willoughby-Eastlake is being developed we look to offer the robotics program to more schools throughout Ohio and beyond.”
STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. This also addresses the inadequate number of teachers skilled to educate in these subjects.
Through Intellitronix CEO Paul Spivak and Willoughby-Eastlake Schools Superintendent Steve Thompson, Intellitronix also agreed to develop a camera-based weapons detection system for the entire district.
About IntellitronixIntellitronix is a manufacturer of LED lighting, LED gauges and panels, which are energy-saving devices of high-quality automotive after-market products that are also available to consumers through vendors such as Home Depot. The Company also manufactures an array of LED energy-saving light bulbs. All of the Company’s products are ‘Made in the USA’ at its own manufacturing facility located near Cleveland, Ohio. Intellitronix is also the exclusive distributor for Promobot, an autonomous service robot which has been engineered by the Company to fulfill security and weapons detection demand.
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