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As a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University, iCarnegie has been charged with an ambitious mission: Develop courses, programs, teaching methods and learning technologies to change the world by transforming lives. We work with governments, organizations and businesses to deliver tailored curricula that enhance the productivity of teachers, students and employees.

Through our educational strategies and the highest-quality, technology-focused programs, we strengthen infrastructures by improving the skills of today's workforces. We combine best practices, story-centered curricula and emphasize 21st Century Skills in conjunction with the following foundations:

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The economic future of society rests upon science and technology. Yet the seeds of the future are actually sown in grades K-12. According to a Microsoft Corporation survey, nearly four out of five students (78%) decided to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) college degree in high school or earlier. Over 20% made their decision in middle school or even before!

For all these reasons, a STEM education should start as early as possible. Yet not all STEM curricula are alike. iCarnegie’s K-12 STEM curriculum emphasizes learning by doing and real world problems. This approach not only energizes students, it prepares them for successful careers.

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To compete in a global marketplace, organizations need employees who can analyze, plan, and execute complex tasks. iCarnegie’s Executive Education, Professional Development, and Workforce Training programs provide the skills and knowledge needed to execute those tasks.

iCarnegie’s Executive Education workshops and seminars leverage the research, teaching, and entrepreneurial expertise of Carnegie Mellon University and its faculty. iCarnegie’s Education, Development, and Training programs can improve worker performance on all levels, from intern through executive. iCarnegie Certifications are available in People Management, Projects, Processes, Technology, Business, and 21st Century Communications.

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The role of Information Technology in strengthening economies is well known. iCarnegie brings a wealth of ideas based our track record of developing IT programs for universities and institutions of higher learning in Qatar, India, China, and other locations. For example, iCarnegie’s Software Development Program (SDP) emphasizes exercises and projects rather than lectures and tests. Developers get the insight and expertise necessary to produce robust software starting from day one.

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iCarnegie has taken the best practices developed by Carnegie Mellon University’s Eberly Teaching Center and combined them with the latest research into learning. The result is a unique Teaching Excellence Program. The series of interactive workshop provides instructors with the seven powerful principles that can improve both teacher and student performance, regardless of the topic and the grade level. As one participant stated, “It [The Teaching Excellence Program] gave me a lot of insights and made me think about endless possibilities to learn and improve so I can provide a better education for my students.”

As a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University, iCarnegie has been charged with an ambitious mission: Develop courses, programs, teaching methods and learning technologies to change the world by transforming lives. We work with governments, organizations and businesses to deliver tailored curricula that enhance the productivity of teachers, students and employees.

Through our educational strategies and the highest-quality, technology-focused programs, we strengthen infrastructures by improving the skills of today's workforces. We combine best practices, story-centered curricula and emphasize 21st Century Skills in conjunction with the following foundations:

The economic future of society rests upon science and technology. Yet the seeds of the future are actually sown in grades K-12. According to a Microsoft Corporation survey, nearly four out of five students (78%) decided to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) college degree in high school or earlier. Over 20% made their decision in middle school or even before!

For all these reasons, a STEM education should start as early as possible. Yet not all STEM curricula are alike. iCarnegie’s K-12 STEM curriculum emphasizes learning by doing and real world problems. This approach not only energizes students, it prepares them for successful careers.

To compete in a global marketplace, organizations need employees who can analyze, plan, and execute complex tasks. iCarnegie’s Executive Education, Professional Development, and Workforce Training programs provide the skills and knowledge needed to execute those tasks.

iCarnegie’s Executive Education workshops and seminars leverage the research, teaching, and entrepreneurial expertise of Carnegie Mellon University and its faculty. iCarnegie’s Education, Development, and Training programs can improve worker performance on all levels, from intern through executive. iCarnegie Certifications are available in People Management, Projects, Processes, Technology, Business, and 21st Century Communications.

The role of Information Technology in strengthening economies is well known. iCarnegie brings a wealth of ideas based our track record of developing IT programs for universities and institutions of higher learning in Qatar, India, China, and other locations. For example, iCarnegie’s Software Development Program (SDP) emphasizes exercises and projects rather than lectures and tests. Developers get the insight and expertise necessary to produce robust software starting from day one.

iCarnegie has taken the best practices developed by Carnegie Mellon University’s Eberly Teaching Center and combined them with the latest research into learning. The result is a unique Teaching Excellence Program. The series of interactive workshop provides instructors with the seven powerful principles that can improve both teacher and student performance, regardless of the topic and the grade level. As one participant stated, “It [The Teaching Excellence Program] gave me a lot of insights and made me think about endless possibilities to learn and improve so I can provide a better education for my students.”

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