How to Build Jitter and JoJo: Two LEGO® Education Robots

If you're looking for some fun (and adorable) robots to build with your students, here is an eight-step guide you can use. The post How […]

3D Printing Projects Can Bring Learning to Life

See how one educator helped his students apply their 3D printing knowledge to make a real-world impact on their peers and classmates. The post 3D […]

LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Essential Gets an A+

TCEA Director of Professional Development, Peggy Reimers, just unboxed a LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Essential Set. Here's why she gives it an A+! The post LEGO® Education SPIKE™ […]

SBOE to Consider Tech TEKS and Computer Science Update

The Texas SBOE votes to approve the revisions to K-12 technology TEKS in June. Learn about the revisions and how you can give feedback. The […]

Gratitude Towers for Social Awareness and STEM

Did you know that students can explore SEL and STEM all in one project? Well, they can– by building gratitude towers! The post Gratitude Towers […]

Virtual Reality with Panoform Is Easy, Engaging, and Fun for Everyone

Anyone can be a virtual reality creator with Panoform! Explore a free and easy way to incorporate VR in any classroom to enhance learning. The […]

Eight Chrome Extensions and Sites You May Not Know (March 2022)

With March's sites and extensions, look at photos of strangers pointing, write with AI, visit ancient earth, and more. Curious? You should be. The post […]

Fun and Simple Pi Day Activities

March 14 is National Pi Day! Here are a few activities to consider using with your students and sharing with your peers. The post Fun […]

Build Coding Self-Efficacy with CoSpaces EDU

Need to combine AR/VR, coding, scripting? Look no further than the affordable, student-focused solution featured in this blog entry. The post Build Coding Self-Efficacy with […]

This Makerspace Career Challenge Puts the “R” in STEAM

Makerspace is changing STEAM to STREAM! Check out how students can activate reading and writing skills through a makerspace career challenge. The post This Makerspace […]

Immersive, Accessible Classroom Technology Leads to Both Excitement and Expectation

Classroom technology that used be exciting is now an everyday expectation for students. Is that necessarily a bad thing? The post Immersive, Accessible Classroom Technology […]

Winter Olympics Activities Students Will Love

It's almost time for the Winter Games! From digital breakouts to word clouds, your students will love these Olympic-themed activities. The post Winter Olympics Activities […]

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