Welcome to the Fascinating Learning Factory!

The Fascinating Learning Factory, a Colorado 501(c)(3) established in 2000, is dedicated to improving the quality of educational programming for ages 10 through adult.

Some of our award winning broadcast programs include “Guerrilla Guide to Politics", a program to intiate young voters,  “Our Fascinating Earth” entertaining and informative stories and pictures about science, and “Shoshone Voices, Native Choices”, a documentary about the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and their participation in the artifact identification program at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian.

Help us to achieve our goal of putting the magic and wonder back into education.

Guerrilla Guide to Politics

A funny, high energy, content-rich series of lessons in civic participation.

Our Fascinating Earth

Examine amazing discoveries and solve mysteries.
Click here to read the more than 300 fascinating and incredible stories; A kind of “Ripley’s Believe it or Not”® of natural science.


Our kids require more than books and blackboards.  While school districts can provide effective classrooms and curriculum, it falls to you and me to provide the additional tools vital in today's educational and technological environments.

The Learning Factory has produced several educational programs that are in use all over the country.

See what we've done, and see what lies ahead... [read more]

Interactive Media

We must listen and learn, as well as teach. The Learning Factory integrates a wide variety of media into interactive technology environments like DVD media and the Internet.  We know that learning is not a rote process, but a conversation between the learner and the teacher.

We are constantly looking at new technologies to see how they can be used to enhance the educational experience, both in and out of the classroom. 

Broadcast and Cable Television

Sometimes you need a microphone, and sometimes you need a megaphone.  While many of our programs are tailored for specific audiences, some are meant for the public at large.  This is especially true of our many civics education programs for which we use broadcast and cable TV.

The Learning Factory has multiple programs and documentaries that focus on civic education.  These  air nationwide, and are certainly the most expensive to produce.  Please take a look at our programming proposals for television and help us get them 'on-the-air'!