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Educators who want to bring their classroom innovations to a wider audience.
Originally posted on Steve Blank:
This week the National Science Foundation goes Lean on education by providing $1.2 million to educators who want to bring their classroom innovations to a wider audience.
The I-Corps program started when the U.S. National Science Foundation adopted my Lean LaunchPad class. Their goal was to train University scientists and researchers to use Lean Startup methods (business model design, customer development and agile engineering) to commercialize their science. Earlier this month the National Institutes of Health announced I-Corps @ NIH, to help scientists doing medical research take their innovations from the lab-bench to the bedside and accelerate translational medicine.
This week, the NSF is announcing the next step in the I-Corps program– I-Corps for Learning (I-Corps L). This version of I-Corps is for STEM educators – anyone who teaches Science, Technology, Engineering and Math from kindergarten to graduate school, and wants to learn how to…
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