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CCW completes Mobile STEM Classroom for the state of Utah

Posted on September 7, 2017

The design and deployment of a mobile STEM classroom will transform the way students experience hands-on, exciting activities statewide. STEM’s goal is to develop programs that will showcase Utah companies and their technology.
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The design and deployment of a mobile STEM classroom will transform the way students experience hands-on, exciting activities statewide. STEM’s goal is to develop programs that will showcase Utah companies and their technology.CCW

Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced the debut of Utah’s Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) mobile classroom.

CCW was awarded a contract to convert a 40-foot high-floor bus (donated by The STEM Action Center of Utah) into a state-of-the art traveling classroom. The customization of the bus included new flooring, countertops, a technology-themed interior design, an animated robot exterior decal design, TVs, 3-D printers, and a station for laptops.

The STEM Mobile Classroom is equipped with special tools that facilitate professional learning activities. The design and deployment of a mobile STEM classroom will transform the way students experience hands-on, exciting activities statewide. STEM’s goal is to develop programs that will showcase Utah companies and their technology.

“It has been fascinating to work on such a unique project,” said CCW’s Special Projects Director Brad Carson. “Bringing STEM’s mobile classroom concept to life incorporates education and technology in a new and exciting way, and we are glad CCW was there every step of the way.”

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