Innovative Exposition 2018

Innovative Exposition 2018

On March 21, 2018 Beaverton schools will unveil an exciting new opportunity for its 41,000 students to demonstrate their mastery of STEAM education topics.  At iX-2018, all 53 schools will display projects at Aloha High School showing how students use technology and creativity to solve problems.

The goal of iX-2018 is to increase students authentic communication abilities, critical thinking, and collaborative skills. These are all building blocks towards developing future workers who will be successful in tomorrow’s global economy.

iX18 – v2 from TeacherSource Videos on Vimeo.

The Beaverton Education Foundation is recruiting community partnerships for this workforce-readiness related event.

Interested in sponsorship opportunities?
You can download the sponsorship package here.

  • Who can enter: teacher(s) and student(s) with an innovative project they’re working on. The projects are designed to be shared to demonstrate and encourage hands-on learning.
  • What the project rules are: no real rules except that it needs to involve both teacher and student—it’s encouraged to let the kids be the “mouthpiece” for this event. So many unintended, but nonetheless positive things happen when you allow kids to lead.
  • What sponsor involvement can be: “own” an exhibit, attend with the students, become a “booster”, partner with the students going forward, and model leadership during iX.