TechnoKids Partners with InfinityKids Honduras

TechnoKids Inc. is pleased to partner with InfinityKids Innovation Honduras. InfinityKids provides a multi-curriculum program based on the STEM methodology. It is a group of companies focused on the development of technology skills in education. Their mission is to provide students with the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics skills they will need to face tomorrow’s problems.

Sandra Maldonado, CEO of TechnoKids Guatemala, states “We are very happy with the addition of InfinityKids to the TechnoKids family. We believe that education and technology are the basis for progress and the countries of the Central American region need to have our population prepared to compete in a globalized world. InfinityKids will be helping to prepare the next generations to be competitive in a global environment.”

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TechnoKids technology projects were the ideal fit for InfinityKids. Both companies value a project-based approach to learning. In addition, the TechnoKids instructional materials work well with InfinityKids’ electronic platform and interactive classes.

Anael Edgardo Mejía Aguilar, from InfinityKids Partner Club spoke about the addition of TechnoKids to their curriculum, “We are more than grateful to be able to count on an innovative and creative methodology such as TechnoKids, allowing us to change the education of the Honduran student.”

The team at TechnoKids Inc. is delighted to have the opportunity to work alongside Sandra and InfinityKids in teaching the skills of tomorrow… today!

To learn more about InfinityKids contact their office:

Christa Love

Christa Love, Curriculum Developer & Teacher ~ I am passionate about blending technology into curriculum. Whether it is programming, video production, graphic design, or digital citizenship, I am interested in how apps and tools can be used to enhance learning. Throughout the years I have designed many TechnoKids technology projects. My favorite part of curriculum development is field-testing the ideas to determine the activities that work best in real classrooms. I write about what I have learned that can save teachers time in their own curriculum planning.

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