INTAG educational systems deliver real-world science. For K-12, higher education, and workforce development, INTAG systems provide powerful learning environments for career-oriented, project-based learning across the full spectrum of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM), agriculture, and business education.
Students learn, in standards-aligned lesson plans, all phases of design, installation, and operation of aquaponic systems. Systems and curriculum are focused on career pathways in STEAM, and include real-world training in systems design, localized agriculture, food safety, marketing, entrepreneurship, and commercial distribution of the products (fish, fruit, and vegetables).
INTAG works with dozens of schools throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland, providing aquaponic systems and curriculum designed to support innovative education tracks in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts, and Mathematics) education. Curriculum includes engineering modules for water flow, chemistry, horticulture, accelerating growth cycles, harvesting techniques, food safety, and wholesale distribution of the products. INTAG also provides programming and curriculum for small business, entrepreneurial education, nutrition and e-commerce, centering on food production.