5 Must-have Items for your Back to School Makerspace by @Eduporium

So, you’ve gotten past the first week or so and now you’re ready to lead some serious learning. If you haven’t set up a makerspace […]

Is Your School Interested in Robotics? Check out our full review of GoPiGo from @dexterind

The GoPiGo is the simple Raspberry pi-based starter robot you have been looking for. The post Is Your School Interested in Robotics? Check out our […]

Malvern Festival of Innovation

Children build their own robots at Malvern Festival of Innovation Children from across the Midlands will be building their own robots at this year’s Malvern […]

How interactive AR can support STEM education

Augmented reality is proving increasingly useful in educational contexts, but a recent spin-out from Purdue University are using it in a less than conventional way.  […]

Microbit: the Little Board that Could

At long last, the Microbit is available in the US. This is an amazing platform for programming and you can do so MANY THINGS with […]

Why should both teachers and students focus more on #making and #play this school year.

As I start the new school year, I find myself looking back on a crazy summer that came and went very quickly.  My triplets have […]

14 Tools and Resources to Get Students to Create Instructional Videos

“Animation offers a medium of storytelling and visual entertainment which can bring pleasure and information to people of all ages everywhere in the world.” – […]

Making Robotics Accessible to all Students with the Edison Robot from @MeetEdison

On todays episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we welcome Kat Kennewell and Phil Grigonis on the program to showcase the amazing Edison Robot from Microbric. […]

Make a Difference in the World as a Citizen Scientist

“Scientific work undertaken by members of the general public, often in collaboration with or under the direction of professional scientists and scientific institutions.” – Oxford […]

Wow Them with the Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21st!

“Men should take their knowledge from the Sun, the Moon and the Stars.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson In my newest book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 […]

Telling the ISTE 2017 Story in Twitter Traffic

What was popular at ISTE? A U.K. company analyzed thousands of tweets to see who was doing most of the sharing, and on what subjects.

Luxembourg EDUcation Interviews: STEM, Robotics participation in First Global Competition in 2017

.   . THE Competition itself 2017 FIRST  GLOBAL CHALLENGE – GAME DESIGN INTRODUCTION Welcome to the official game of the 2017 FIRST Global Challenge, H2O FLOW! In H2O FLOW, teams […]

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