idoodlelearning Chooses UK PR Agency JBP
10 May 2016, News
Ottawa, Ontario & London, England – May 3, 2016 – idoodlelearning inc., a global education company that prepares students to become 21st century learners, workers, and citizens by bridging the gap between traditional and digital learning, announced that it has signed an agreement with London’s JBP Associates Ltd to be the exclusive UK PR company to represent Cubes in SpaceTM.
JBP is an award winning UK- based communications agency with over 30 years of experience. While having extensive background in the markets of consumer industries, green technologies, healthcare, property and construction, services sector and government, it was JBP’s experience and connections across the education and engineering sectors that solidified the relationship with idoodlelearning.
“When we were looking for a partner to champion our program in the UK, to educators, schools and corporate sponsors JBP was the obvious group” said Robert Sowah, Chief Executive Officer of idoodlelearning inc. “Their years of experience and strong network will prove to be invaluable when promoting Cubes in Space”.
“JBP is honoured to be working with idoodlelearning to bring their important programs to educators across the UK,” said Jennifer Bryant-Pearson, Chief Executive Officer of JBP Associates Ltd. “We are committed to driving the adoption of the Cubes in Space program, which will raise the level of creativity and education in the classrooms throughout the UK”.
A STE[A]M-based education global competition for students aged 11-18 years of age. Cubes in Space provides an opportunity at no cost to design and compete to launch an experiment into space. Utilizing formal or informal learning environments, students and educators are exposed to engaging content and activities in preparation for the design and development of an experimental payload to be integrated into small cubes (Cubes). In its three years, the competition has grown to include thousands of participants from 37 countries around the world. The annual competition includes a launch via sounding rocket from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia, and a high altitude balloon launched from the NASA Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility at Fort Sumner, New Mexico.
For more information about Cubes in Space please visit www.cubesinspace.com
idoodlelearning has a range of STE[A]M-based education products and programs from the global design competition, Cubes in Space, to creativity software, manipulatives, curricula and professional development institutes for educators.