Amplifying Innovation, Creativity and Intelligence with Technology

CLWB enables young people to become innovative and entrepreneurial. We help schools improve STEMD attainment, and help companies to work effectively in the world of education.

CLWB provides

  • Learning Kits – self-contained learning packages
  • Curriculum – Science Technology Maths Engineering & Design (STEMD)
  • Learning Platform – friendly step-by-step guides
  • Expert Teachers – to teach classes or support teachers
  • Teacher Training – technical training for teachers, assistants and decision makers
  • Learning Experience Design – buildings, departments, spaces and exhibitions 
  • Custom Technology Projects – in areas such as Internet of Things.

Why CLWB?

47% of today’s jobs could be automated in the next two decades (Oxford University), and schools need to be changed to foster the creativity that people will need to set them apart from computers (Economist). CLWB is uniquely placed to drive innovation in schools and help businesses get on the front-foot in Education Technology. We provide the following:

Curriculum

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics & Design (STEMD) for all ages:

  • Electronics
  • Computer Science
  • Programming
  • Robotics
  • E-fashion
  • Desktop Manufacturing
  • Flight
  • Construction
  • Wearables
  • Life Sciences
  • Games and Entertainment
  • Junior Technology

Learning Kits

The world of technology offers a vast array of choices and selecting the right combination of components to fit the learning outcome required can be a time consuming and risky task.

CLWB has deep experience in picking and packaging combinations of components that will have maximum learning impact. Our curriculum has step-by-step, child friendly guides that detail how these components should be assembled and programmed.

Our kits can be purchased in racks and trays for class use, or for individual learners and teachers to take home.

Services

We recognise that STEMD can be challenging for teachers, so CLWB offers tailored solutions including –

  • Curriculum mapping
  • Space design
  • Teacher training

We can even provide expert teachers.

Using our deep technology expertise, CLWB offers custom technology projects for both education organisations and companies in areas such as:

  • Green Tech Innovation
  • Internet of Things
  • Wearables
  • Learning Experience Design
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CLWB was proud to present the fantastic work done at St Nicholas School at one of the biggest education events in the world – World Skills 2015. With an attendance of 200,000 people, and a 212,000 m2 site, World Skills is an extreme demonstration of applied learning. This bi-annual competition enables students under the age…

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Working with the Singapore Science Centre and Microsoft Singapore, CLWB has set a new record. On July 30th 180 students from Singapore and Malaysia gathered together to show their technical creativity and to set the record for the “most people wearing programable illuminated t-shirts”. CLWB supplied the kits, the learning content and teacher training. Watch…

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It was an absolute delight to participate in the Victoria Applied Learning Association (VALA) conference in June. Over two days, Mike Lloyd delivered the following workshops – Thanks to Karen Dymke for the invite, conference organisers Helene Rooks, VALA CEO, and Don MacDowall, and Adrian Bertolini – CLWB partner for Australia.

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Mike Lloyd’s keynote address at “Building Skills”, Athens. Thanks to all at the British Council, Microsoft and InEdu in Greece.

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Mike would like to thank the British Council and Microsoft for the invitation to present at “Building Skills” in Athens on Friday 27 March, 2015. Slides from the presentation are here: Here’s the main points – DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE STUDENTS Introduction Computers are only going to get more powerful … and will have an ever-bigger impact on jobs,…

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