TBox computer science program for schools. Offers relevant, dynamic and integrated learning experiences in their environment by taking advantages of technology to meet the challenges of today’s world.
TBox provides schools with an annual technology curriculum that has all the necessary materials for its completion available on our learning platform: teacher's guide, introductory videos, website, work files, demonstrations, and rubrics. Projects can also be purchased individually to complement the work done by teachers in their classes.
Our platform and our projects are available in both english and spanish.
TBox uses a Project Learning methodology. All projects are designed under our learning strategy that provides a route to complete the projects in four stages: research, explore, build, and apply.
Junior TBox for Preschool Students:
Students get familiar with technology through fun projects. They develop creativity, exploration skills, logical-mathematical thinking, support reading and writing skills, and hand-eye coordination. Students combine different technological tools such as image editing, story creation, and programming to strengthen their competencies according to their age.
TBox City for students Grades 1-5:
This is the perfect stage to empower problem-solving logic (computational thinking). Through our projects, students strengthen their technological skills, logical-mathematical thinking, their ability to solve problems, and address specific issues of digital citizenship.
Students strengthen the use of Google productivity tools such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Sites, as well as expand their competencies in areas such as image editing, programming, graphic design, and more. Some examples are:
Create your own zoo
Students use basic spreadsheet tools to manage a zoo with endangered species. They identify the main parts of a spreadsheet, perform simple operations, and create graphs.
Students strengthen their skills to search for information using electronic sources. They use this information to solve interesting trivia about art.