STEM teacher KK Quah wins Tampa Bay Business Journal's Innovation Award.
Excerpt from the Tampa Bay Business Journal:
Quah is a STEM teacher at Tampa Prep, an independent 6-12 school. He teaches a slew of topics including robotics, engineering and Autodesk Inventor CAD 3D design. Under Quah, students program Raspberry Pi's using Python (one example is a student-created sign-in system at the reception desk), use power tools like laser cutters, CNC machines, and routers to build circuitry. KK leads an Architecture Club for students where they use Sketch Up, Revit 3D BIM software to apply engineering and 3D design skills to explore the field of architecture. His projects included projection mapping with Lightform, Nvidia Jetson Nano for AI, quiz analytics with Pandas Data analysis tool in Python and RFID tagging of mobile devices for teachers and students.