Every year, there are dozens of educational conferences and expos in the US that bring educators together to discuss best practices, test new tools, and make connections with fellow educators. One look at a calendar of all of the year’s upcoming conferences might just seem like a jumble of strange acronyms. With so many different conferences to choose from, it can be hard to decide which conferences you should attend.
The students at Roseburg Junior Academy have been thrilled beyond belief to participate in testing two different VR sets. It has really changed this entire school year and each individual student.
Ozobots are one of the most versatile and engaging robotics options that every MakerSpace should consider. Ozobots are small, programmable robots that are simple enough for Pre-K students to use and engaging enough for much older kids to enjoy and learn from as well.
The market offers several great options for providing wireless streaming to your classroom display device, whether it be a projector or large LCD panel.
If you’re not going to go with smart board technology, the coolest thing I’ve seen installed in a school recently is a glass dry-erase board.
Google Home – an inexpensive way to create a wireless all school intercom.
Rocket Notebooks (getrocketbook.com) allows you to write, scan, send, and reuse content you create with your own hand using the camera on your phone.