STEAM Lab

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Mr. Kivitz – jordan.kivitz@apsva.us


Mr. Jordan Kivitz

Jordan is an integrative learner who blends state-of-the-art technology with impactful pedagogy to accelerate growth for 21st-century students. His professional development and coaching experiences include NASA Goddard Space Flight Center where Jordan researched workplace expectations in STEM-related fields; The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for classroom management and integrated-arts coaching; certifications and training in computer-vision and AI neural networks (YOLO, TensorFlow, TF Lite, and OpenCV), Linux, Swift, and Gcode programming languages; and, district-wide trainer and facilitator for computer-aided design, 3D printing, custom rocketry, and open-source computer-vision robotic programs. He has been featured on Good Morning America and his STEAM program was awarded the Amazon Future Engineer Robotics Grant and Lego Mindstorms grant to boost computer science capacity within underrepresented communities. In the past, his adventures included horse-packing 800 miles from Utah to Mexico, rock climbing and guiding throughout North and Central America, and studying oceanography while sea-kayaking along western Mexico.

Jordan’s top-level goal is using STEAM education to help people thrive.

 

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RT @lexfridman: Total living biomass on Earth is 550 billion metric tons. Humans account for 0.01% of that. There are 10^21 living organis…
Published April 21, 21 12:59PM
                                        
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@teachersystems I disagree. One way is better than the other. Being guided means we have skin in the game and to advance we must show what we can do with what we know. Being taught can be faster and arguably has become obsolete. This is because the world no longer cares about just what we know.
Published April 07, 21 8:30AM
                                        
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