To assist educators with implementing makerspaces and environments that nurture STEM/STEAM skills, Brevard Public Schools,Connection and The Douglas Stewart Company collaborated on a “Classroom of the Future” event. The interactive gathering took place Nov. 2 at Ocean Breeze Elementary in Indian Harbour Beach, Fla. and featured tools focused on virtual and augmented reality, coding, design, video, and collaborative furniture.
The event featured two rooms. One room provided opportunities to interact with the products and collaborate with colleagues. The other room was used for vendor training and discussions with product experts on how technology can be used in the classroom.
The teachers who attended received in-service credits.