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The Infinity Project offers an innovative curriculum that emphasizes both the fundamentals and fun of engineering while preparing the next generation for success in the high-tech global economy.

Becoming a member of The Infinity Project is easy.  Just follow these steps and you will be on your way to joining the network of progressive schools utilizing this program to increase student interest and achievement in STEM!

  1. Complete and submit the on-line application to the program
  2. Schedule a date and time when the school principal/administrator and instructor will be available for a 30-minute phone conference to discuss the program and implementation
  3. Attend week-long professional development institute during the summer
  4. Order manuals, technology kits, and robotic kits
  5. Offer course in the fall
Admission to The Infinity Project is competitive - applying "early" will substantially increase your chance of being admitted into the program. Upon receipt of your application, we will confirm your 30-minute phone interview to learn about your school, your students and the potential impact of the program.  Our admissions committee will then review your application and interview results and make the admission decision based on this information and program availability.

To be admitted to the program, schools must have the following:

  • School administrators committed to program implementation
  • Qualified math, science, or technology teachers in compliance with applicable state licensure or certification requirements.  Qualified teachers must have a solid math background, possess strong computer and software skills, and feel comfortable teaching in a project based learning environment.
  • Energetic students with the appropriate prerequisites
  • Sufficient lab equipment and space conducive to hands-on engineering design projects

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  Complete and submit the on-line application to The Infinity Project.  

Welcome to The Infinity Project Professional Development Institute registration site.  These week-long programs will review all aspects of the curriculum (text, hardware, software, on-line support) and are available to the following:

  • New instructors from institutions that have been admitted into The Infinity Project. 

Print PDI Registration Form
Form can be downloaded, then mailed or faxed with payment to:
The Infinity Project
Caruth Institute for Engineering Education
P.O. Box 750278
Dallas, Texas 75275-0278

Fax number: 214-768-4007

Payment may be made by credit card, school purchase order, or institutional check.  Checks should be made payable to The Infinity Project.  We are unable to accept personal checks.

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Professional Development Institute registration are now available.  Sessions fill up quickly, so please register as soon as possible for the institute of your choice:

2014 Summer Professional Development Schedule

Course

Dates

University

Location

Engineering Design

June 23 - June 27

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas

Math for Innovators

July 21 - July 25

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas

Engineering for Today’s Intermediate School

August 4 – August 8

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas

Access to materials for The Infinity Project is available only to approved schools that have been admitted into the program.  The following table outlines the materials required to implement each program into the classroom.  Estimated costs are provided for reference and are subject to change without notice.  True pricing is available from vendors upon admittance to The Infinity Project program.

Estimated Program Pricing

Item

Vendor

Program

 

 

Engineering for Today’s Intermediate School

Engineering Design

Math for Innovators

Curriculum License

The Infinity Project

  $ 5,000

  $ 5,000

  $ 5,000

Professional Development

The Infinity Project

  $ 2,000

  $ 2,000

  $ 2,000

Textbook

Pearson Education

  N/A

~ $ 70

  N/A

Student Manual I

Alphagraphics

  $ 25

  $ 25

  $ 65

Student Manual II

Alphagraphics

  $ 25

  $ 35

  N/A

Technology Kit

Studica

  $ 400

  $ 400

  $ 400

LEGO Mindstorms Software

LEGO

~ $ 400

~ $ 400

~ $ 400

LEGO Mindstorms Core Set

LEGO

~ $ 340

~ $ 340

~ $ 340

LEGO Mindstorms Expansion Set

LEGO

~ $ 100

~ $ 100

~ $ 100

Rocketry Kit

Hobbylinc

~ $ 400

  N/A

  N/A