The Lego Spike sets allow elementary students in STEM classes to learn engineering and coding. Lessons are tailored for each age level where younger students code and build vehicles and older students learn Python coding and design products to address real-world problems.
Merge AR software uses ‘cubes’ as digital augmented reality teaching aides. The content in the software includes resources for numerous core subject areas such as real time data from NASA on weather, anatomy, cells, energy sources, dinosaurs, geology and simple machines.
The “eGlass” is an illuminated transparent writing board with a built-in camera that captures the teachers face and glowing ink writing in the same frame. It boosts student engagement and is beneficial while teaching in-person or remotely. This new technology can be used for teaching live in the classroom, creating videos to send home to […]
This accelerated science activity for 5th grade GT students will help to examine the complexities of human anatomy and physiology. They will also discover the importance of proper nutrition while maintaining health and fitness.
This new technology will take virtual learning in the classroom to the next level. This will allow teachers to take students (across all grade levels and subjects) on immersive, first-person virtual journeys to anywhere with interactions with three-dimensional environments.