Stanley Black & Decker and Discovery Education Announce 2021 Making for Good Challenge Winners
The annual difficulty builds on a Stanley Black & & Decker and Discovery Education curriculum– Innovation Generation– igniting, engaging, and empowering trainees to become innovators through no-cost dynamic digital resources. Through real-world explorations of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM), Innovation Generation cultivates students cooperation, problem resolving, and creativity.
Silver Spring, Md. (Thursday, April 29, 2021)– Today, three students throughout the United States are recognized for innovative options to social and ecological concerns as winners of the Stanley Black & & Decker and Discovery Education 2021 Making for Excellent Difficulty. Working individually or in teams of 2-4, high school trainees across the country produced 60-90 2nd videos detailing innovative services to ecological or societal problems.
The winning 2021 Making for Good Challenge teams and treasuring are as follows:
First Prize: $15,000 and a Stanley Black & & Decker Prize Pack
Third Place: $5,000 and a Stanley Black & & Decker Prize Pack.
The programs digital tools can be accessed online at Innovation-Gen.
See the complete list and description of the winning projects here.
About Stanley Black & & DeckerStanley Black & & Decker, an S&P 500 company, is a leading $14.5 billion global diversified industrial with 53,000 staff members in more than 60 countries who make the options, tools and products to provide on its Purpose, For Those Who Make The World. The Company operates the worlds largest tools and storage business featuring renowned brand names such as DEWALT, STANLEY, BLACK+DECKER and CRAFTSMAN; the worlds second biggest industrial electronic security company; and is an international industrial leader of extremely crafted services within its engineered attachment and facilities organizations. Discover more at stanleyblackanddecker.com.
Education is a cornerstone of that mission, which we make come alive through the Innovation Generation initiative in partnership with Discovery Education. About Discovery EducationDiscovery Education is the international leader in standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content, and expert learning for K-12 class. Through its acclaimed digital books, multimedia resources, and the largest professional knowing network of its kind, Discovery Education is changing mentor and knowing, creating immersive STEM experiences, and enhancing academic achievement around the globe. Discovery Education presently serves roughly 4.5 million teachers and 45 million students worldwide, and its resources are accessed in over 140 nations and territories. Influenced by the global media business Discovery, Inc., Discovery Education partners with districts, states, and similar companies to empower instructors with tailored services that support the success of all learners.
. Second Place: $10,000 and a Stanley Black & & Decker Prize Pack.
Nehal S., a 9th grader from Coppell Independent School District in Coppell, TX.
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” Students are the future of innovation, guiding the world and resolving some of the most significant obstacles,” said Beth Meyer, Vice President of Corporate & & Community Partnerships at Discovery Education. “In partnership with Stanley Black & & Decker, we are empowering trainees with the STEAM content they require to change ideas into life-changing options. The 2021 Challenge winners exhibit the power of STEAM learning.”.
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Discovery Education currently serves approximately 4.5 million teachers and 45 million trainees worldwide, and its resources are accessed in over 140 areas and countries. Inspired by the worldwide media business Discovery, Inc., Discovery Education partners with districts, states, and similar organizations to empower instructors with customized solutions that support the success of all students.
Esha A., a 11th grader from Wake County Northwester School District in Raleigh, NC.
Jiwoong P., a 12th grader from Westminster School in Simsbury, CT
Education is a cornerstone of that mission, which we make come alive through the Innovation Generation initiative in partnership with Discovery Education. “The Making for Good 2021 winners show the power of development to develop a more sustainable world for all by combining the power of imagination and STEAM.”.
For more details about Discovery Educations digital resources and expert knowing services, go to www.discoveryeducation.com, and remain connected with Discovery Education on social networks through Twitter and LinkedIn.