Invention Project Webinar

Webinar: Hybrid Learning Solutions for Your School Year

About Our Webinar

On August 20, the National Inventors Hall of Fame® hosted a Hybrid Learning Webinar introducing Invention Project® K-6, the new cross-cutting curriculum designed to foster creativity and hands-on learning. As leaders in invention education for the past 30 years, we understand the many challenges presented this school year, so we’ve developed a hybrid solution that will keep your students engaged no matter where learning takes place.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to effectively manage in-school, at-home and blended learning scenarios with our flexible curriculum, shaped by direct feedback from educators like you.
  • What Invention Project K-6 delivers, from standards alignment to materials for hands-on STEAM exploration.
  • What COVID slide may mean for your students this year, and how our curriculum will help them overcome learning loss.
  • Why social-emotional learning (SEL) is needed now more than ever, and how Invention Project K-6 addresses this need.
  • How your district can implement Invention Project K-6 using CARES Act funding.

Download the webinar today for insights on this innovative hybrid solution for your classroom.


Meet our panelists


Alaina Rutledge

Vice President of Education Research and Development, NIHF

Alaina leads our Education Team to consistently deliver effective, timely and inspiring curricula for each of our programs. She holds both an M.Sc. in Children’s Rights and a B.A. in Psychology. Before joining our team, Alaina studied educational methods in Europe, taught in a laboratory classroom and professionally researched worldwide education policies.


Britt Magneson

Vice President of New Business Development, Pre K-12 Partnerships, NIHF

Britt joined the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2012 and is currently responsible for managing the district- and school-funded programs nationally. Prior to joining the National Inventors Hall of Fame, she was directly involved in the public education arena. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Kalamazoo College, her Master’s degree from Indiana University, and her Ph D from Purdue University. 

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