GuideK12™ announces the acquisition of Excensus LLC, a computer software development and applications firm based in Eagan, MN
Skriware educational startup will be showcasing its learn-through-play ecosystem for students at Bett Show 2019, booth no. B56.
Since 2001, the Ford Motor Company’s Next Generation Learning initiative has prepared nearly 20,000 young people for college, careers, lifelong learning and leadership by honing their STEAM skills.
While tech is a kid’s entertainment and learning buddy today, it’s their ticket to their future tomorrow.
This new device is a personal meditation assistant that is designed to provide real-time feedback on brain activity, body movement, breathing patterns and heart rate during meditation.
For these devices to succeed, they not only need to solve a problem — staying connected on-the-go — but to market that solution effectively to consumers.
Mantis Q is a drone controlled via mobile device or remote, features voice control technology and is small enough to tuck away inside a bag.
Kano is spotlighting its Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit, a DIY kit that shows you how to build a Bluetooth Coding Wand, learn to code with step-by-step creative challenges, and make magic, with a wave, twist and a twirl.
This annual contest recognizes one middle school, high school, or college educator with a prize valued at $5,500 for innovatively using Vernier technology to introduce engineering concepts or practices to their students.
Viewpointsystem is showcasing the VPS 19 smart glasses, which combine eye tracking with a display element for a Mixed Reality experience.
Beyond Tablet Coding Pack provides a platform for young children to create and execute code with physical manipulatives.
Kids ages 4 +, can build & code, bringing robots to life with motors, CPU, Sensors, Wand, coding chips, and more.