Samsung Announces Two New Solutions for STEM Learning at TCEA 2016

Samsung Announces Two New Solutions for STEM Learning at TCEA 2016

In partnership with STEM Fuse and Tidebreak, Samsung Electronics America, at TCEA 2016 announced two new education solutions for STEM curriculum. These new solutions will be showcased at the Samsung booth #1132 at the Austin Convention Center from February 3-5.

Closing the STEM Gap
STEM Fuse and Samsung are working together to help address the STEM learning gap in K-12 schools with a new solution that helps educators integrate STEM curriculum into their classrooms, labs or after school programs. The multisensory solution combines STEM Fuse’s digital curriculum with Samsung Galaxy Tablet, can be integrated into core teaching or used as supplemental curriculum, and includes professional development to help teachers effectively incorporate it into their classrooms.

Offered in packages of 10, the bundled solution includes:

  • A choice of STEM Fuse STEM PACK licenses or STEAM Pack licenses with reading curriculum for 90 days for each device
  • 10 Samsung Galaxy TAB E 9.6 devices
  • Complimentary virtual professional development

Developing More Collaborative Learning Spaces
In partnership with Tidebreak, Samsung is helping schools and colleges convert classrooms into scollaborative learning spaces. Combining Tidebreak’s collaboration software with Samsung large-format and interactive displays (LFD), this BYOD-compatible solution enables peer-to-peer collaboration and co-creation of content on a single screen. Student devices – including laptops, tablets and smartphones – can connect wirelessly, allowing them to share content and freely exchange ideas.

Each new bundle includes:

  • Samsung Large Format Displays and/or E-boards, selected to provide an optimum experience for each type of learning space
  • 30 day license for one of Tidebreak’s collaboration software options: ClassSpot, ClassSpot PBL or TeamSpot , depending on instructional needs

The Tidebreak and STEM Fuse solutions will be available by the end of February. Both solutions will be showcased at the Samsung booth at TCEA this week alongside Samsung’s full suite of education products and solutions, including three new solutions unveiled at FETC: a Chromebook conversion solution with Neverware, Classroom in a Box with McGraw-Hill Education, and the SMART amp and Chromebook collaboration solution.

More information on Samsung’s full technology portfolio for education is available at