WATCH: Check Out Teen Night at Puzzle Box Academy Tech On NASA Boulevard in Melbourne

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WATCH: Check out Teen night at PBA Tech on NASA Boulevard in Melbourne, Florida, where teens of all ages enjoy a safe and fun environment.

WATCH: Are you interested in online learning for your student but don’t have the time to be the teacher at home? The Puzzle Box Academy Teen Education Center, located at 125 East NASA Boulevard in Melbourne, is the ideal solution. CEO and Founder of Puzzle Box Academy Pamela Furr provided Space Coast Daily a tour of the state-of-the-art facility and programs that can help you get the learning and tools you want for your teen student. Call 321-345-4232 for more information.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Check out Teen night at PBA Tech on NASA Boulevard in Melbourne, Florida, where teens of all ages enjoy a safe and fun environment.

“Where there is a problem, there is an opportunity to learn,” said Pamela Furr, CEO and Founder of Puzzle Box Academy.

“We created PBATEC to help our kids get the most out of e-learning and get back to how this format denies most online learners. PBATEC gives socialization, structure, and extracurricular activities back to the students who would not enjoy them in an all-online setting.”

Furr said learning and innovation are more than an idea, they are a passion.

“Education and continuing to help our youths as they grow, and shape good habits creates a pattern of long-term success,” said Furr.

PBATEC is founded on the knowledge of seasoned educators and their devotion to helping children succeed and thrive by helping our teens learn to succeed. To do that, we needed to adapt to online learning and the new challenges it can create.

The first is accountability. Most students using e-learning take advantage of the lack of oversight and do not complete their work on time, if at all. Being on a computer means that they have a host of distractions just a keystroke away, making staying on task even harder.

“Where there is a problem, there is an opportunity to learn,” said Pamela Furr, CEO and Founder of Puzzle Box Academy. “At PBATEC, we create accountability by ensuring that your child is monitored and kept on the job. With the work getting done, we can then teach them how to stay motivated with goal setting,” said Furr.

“At PBATEC, we create accountability by ensuring that your child is monitored and kept on the job. With the work getting done, we can then teach them how to stay motivated with goal setting,” said Furr.

“PBATEC helps your teen learn that they will get to play hard with our reward activities if they complete their tasks. Our facility offers the latest games, a full lounge, and available vending machines to answer their need to play and stay fueled.

“We structure our student’s play to teach them the value of earned rewards and prepare them for the reality of both college and the working world. Armed with the knowledge of their coursework and the habits to succeed, our young adults are more prepared for the realities of life and the tools they need to succeed.”

Furr said it is more than just enhanced online learning.

“You also have the option to further enrich your teen’s experience with fine arts, music, multimedia production, business skills, sports, e-sports, as well as coding/programming,” said.

These courses enhance your teenager’s skills and give them an edge both in college entry and in the real world.

“We even let your child run their tee shirt printing and business with our full-function tee shirt printing,” said Furr.

“We also have a full studio where your young adult can learn to make videos, high-quality memes, and all aspects of video production.”

For more information, log on to PuzzleBoxAcademy.com

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