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The Onramp Program

The Onramp Program provides a robust professional development curriculum for Idaho educators that promotes community engagement, creativity, and coding.

The Onramp Program

Through Onramp training and a year-long project, educators receive training and support to integrate the Everyone Can Create and Everyone Can Code curriculum into their classrooms using Challenge Based Learning activities that allow learners to create and code app prototypes to address a community challenge.

The Onramp Program is a unique partnership between three Idaho organizations (Boise State, CWI, and IDLA) and Apple’s Community Education Initiatives. The partnership promotes community engagement, creativity, and coding and works with innovative school districts and educators in and around the Treasure Valley.

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Mobile Lab

We are excited to announce that the Onramp Program’s Mobile Lab is ready to go! Our Mobile Lab program brings iPads, Spheros, and other equipment to your school or classroom for guided coding and creativity experiences that support your curriculum. Onramp Alumni receive priority scheduling, so reach out and let us know what we can do to help you and your students. For more information, email John Kiser, Onramp Program Resources Coordinator at onrampprogram@boisestate.edu.

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