Project Lead The Way (PLTW) is rooted in an educational philosophy that empowers students in real-world learning and focuses on the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curricula. As Project Lead The Way curriculum is adopted and implemented in classrooms across the country, facilities are being designed or renovated to accommodate this project-based system of teaching.
At EUA, we worked with Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) to develop a design guide covering both the understanding of the big-picture ideas as well as the details required for understanding how an effective PLTW learning space is assembled. We work with districts who are looking to improve and enhance PLTW and STEM offerings throughout their schools to design classrooms that align with the way students learn, grow and succeed in working environments beyond formal education institutes.
EUA presents easy-to-understand solutions for implementing PLTW programs and designs cross-disciplinary environments that foster collaborative and flexible learning between different areas of study. Interested in how EUA can help you implement Project Lead the Way and STEM design in your district? Contact Abie Khatchadourian at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Eppstein Uhen Architects : MSOE University : Wisconsin PLTW