Observational skills are critical in increasing personal awareness and safety!
FACES for the 21st Century:
Classroom & Law Enforement!
Software designed to build face composites for law enforcement agencies and more quickly apprehend those who commit crimes, makes its way to our high tech classrooms. Courses in Health Science and Forensic Science are a natural for FACES software.
We all know the first 24 hours is the most important, when it comes to solving crimes involving our school age children. With the proper training and this great software solution, our children will be safer than ever.
The Robert R. Shaw Center for S.T.E.A.M. is designed to provide students across grade levels with space to bring ideas from conception through design to production. It's about young people collaborating with professional mentors and volunteers representing STEAM-related occupations on authentic activities and with authentic applications. Projects at the Shaw Center are developed around interdisciplinary learning with an emphasis on inspiring students to be innovators in the areas of science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.
Katy, Texas (April 22-24, 2015):
Faces 4.0EDU facilitator Max Martin, far right, held classes for over 500 Katy forensic science students, teaching background and hands-on instruction, in the use of Face 4.0EDU, "facial composite" software, in "law enforcement" and the "classroom".