While teaching at the Denver School of Science and Technology, Cody Candler noticed that the students who were struggling were often as intelligent as their peers, but lacked confidence. With that in mind, he started EdBoard Technologies to help students as young as 6 learn about electricity and electrical circuits. Unlike traditional breadboards, devices widely used in electronics for teaching, experimenting and testing circuit design that require fine motor skills and background knowledge of the embedded wiring to use them, EdBoards are simpler to use and understand. Made from transparent acrylic with clearly visible iron rods running the length and width of the board, EdBoard's colorful components are equipped with magnetic posts and illustrated circuit diagrams that slide under boards, mapping out circuits.

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