Differentiated instruction caters to each students’ educational needs. That way, students learn at the level and pace at which they can find success.
Our faculty members are experienced educators, engineers, programmers, and designers who enjoy watching students grow and learn.
Our modern, open-concept facility has the latest and coolest tools and technologies for students to immerse themselves in.
Our hands-on, collaborative approach captures students’ attention and motivates them to learn more.
All students have their own workstation and computer, giving them more autonomy in the learning process
They share tools, knowledge, and ideas in the Mindframe MakerLab: an open R&D-type space that fosters creativity, collaboration, and innovation
Heather R., Office Manager
Tony S., Lead Instructor, Game Design
Tony teaches game design at Mindframe, and also handles many of the IT issues that come up. He’s proficient with a variety of video game engines, and has created several games, including educational and VR. Tony has a degree in Computer Game Design from George Mason University.
We work with many local schools to support events like STEM Day.
We hold classes at the Nova Labs space and work with them on community events like maker faire.
We bring after-school STEM programs to Carson
Our founders are parents to two young children. They were looking for a way for their kids to learn STEM using the latest tools and technologies, and they wanted the learning experience to be fun, hands-on, and highly engaging. When they couldn’t find a fit, they decided to combine their technology backgrounds and passion for education to form Mindframe.
We’re still a family-owned business, and we still work to provide programming that allows kids to use their innate sense of curiosity and creativity. We believe that today’s kids are very tech-savvy and are capable of learning a lot more than the schools can offer. Mindframe exists to bridge the gap between what’s offered in school and what kids are interested in.