TechLX provides in-person, project-based technology education to the K-12 ecosystem through curriculum, instruction, and training. We help organizations integrate tech ed into their curricula as well as develop and teach elective, afterschool and summer programs. Our programs focus on robotics, coding, game development and makerspaces.
Curriculum and Instruction
Jordan designs the overall experience students and teachers go through during our courses, from developing curriculum to hiring and training teachers. He’s been in both technology education and web development for over a decade.
Strategy and Growth
Zach manages corporate operations while leading business development and marketing efforts. He previously worked at Salesforce, co-founded several startups and has several years of experience in the technology education sector.
Developer and Programming Instructor
William teaches programming and robotics courses and puts those skills to work on internal TechLX projects. He holds a BA in Computer Science and Business Administration.
Game Development Instructor
Kiva teaches game development courses at TechLX while studying electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley. She is the founder of RoboBears, a competitive robotics team that participates in Robogames.
Baker specializes in designing and teaching the Minecraft curriculum for TechLX. He is one of the primary developers of our VanillaMod Minecraft Modding Platform. Baker is currently studying computer science and information design.
Amanda teaches programming to elementary school students at TechLX and is studying computer science, CAD (computer-aided design/drafting) and additive manufacturing.
K-12 Students Learning Technology by Making
Every school teaching programming
Robotics competitions treated like sports
Engineering at the heart of STEM
Technology is changing faster every day and the world along with it. We believe that to keep pace education must be connected to emerging industries. At TechLX we use our expertise, resources, and curriculum to bridge that gap. We funnel industry skills from technology and engineering into education, to properly equip our youth for the future.
Frequently Asked Questions
What programs do you offer?
We offer afterschool, summer and elective classes. We also host tech clubs, run professional development and install makerspaces.
What is your student / teacher ratio?
We average an 8:1 ratio or better.
What is the cost?
It varies by course and situation, but typically the cost is around $15/hr per student.
How long are the courses?
This also varies, but after school programs tend to be 20 hours, summer programs 30 hours, and elective courses 80 hours.
What other information is available?
Sample coursework, client list and references available upon request.