June 11, 2019

TGR Foundation makes summer learning accessible through TGR EDU: Explore

At TGR Foundation, learning doesn’t stop when the school bell sounds or the academic year ends. Through our science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) and college access online curricula, students and educators alike can continue their learning on their own time and terms.

TGR EDU: Explore digitizes hands-on, project-based experiences and lesson plans allowing students to explore their interests while providing fresh lessons and strategies for educators to incorporate in their future classes.

Lessons engage participants in relevant disciplines and related 21stcentury careers. As students and educators in the south prepare for hurricane season, Robots to the Rescue shows the role robots can have in rescue and recovery efforts during natural disasters.

Incoming high school seniors can start the year with knowledge, tools and resources to plan and take the steps necessary to enter college and achieve success. Our wide variety of college-access resources cover many aspects of college-related processes including:

With an array of student-driven digital experiences, lesson plans, webinars and training videos, 6-12 grade educators can amplify their current curricula while exploring new ways to integrate STEM in their classroom, using project-based learning to develop 21stcentury skills and covering engaging content from animal ancestry and life science to astronomy, engineering, video game design and more.

The resources available through TGR EDU: Explore, developed in partnership with Discovery Education, have proven successful at our flagship TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, CA, satellite campuses across the nation and in communities around the world.

Education helps us open doors through learning and create a world where opportunity is universal and potential is limitless. TGR Foundation is proud to offer these FREE resources and programs to empower youth around the globe through education.

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