We began as the brainchild of a technology grant I received from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, and have evolved to become a grassroots movement in STEM using multiple modalities such as mobile applications, children's books, and interactive classes.
LPP aims to empower, educate, and lead young girls in Science and Technology and reduce the gender disparity in STEM education. Our main approach is through innovative development of learning tools and programs. We invite high school students from area high schools with a technical background to contact us if interested in participating or joining our team.
"Little Pi and her dog Peanut go for walks around Loop Park every day" An excerpt from the creative computer science Children's book, Little Pi and Peanuts, Adventures with Loops, Stacks and Queues.
Choose your processes and track your learning with the press of a mobile app button when ever you want. This is an app that helps fosters long-term retention instead of rote memorization