It's a tank-like DJI drone, but a fun way to learn code, too.
This review of the specifications, performance and capacity of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B will help educators decide if it's the technology of choice for their innovative STEM classrooms
The App Development with Swift course integration provides lessons, teacher guides, and developer tools to help teach app coding in the classroom.
Code with Google brings together Google's free curriculum and programs that build coding skills - from beginner level to advanced - to help students succeed.
Sphero Edu (formerly SPRK Lightning Lab) is an app that lets kids program their Sphero robots from a tablet or phone.
The new platform, launching this fall, introduces coding skills to students and creates opportunity for collaboration in the classroom.
UBTECH Education has launched a competitive grant to provide free robotics kits, curriculum, and professional development to schools systems integrating robotics into STEM programs.
Smart Buddies has been created with a diverse set of relatable characters, or "buddies," on self-balancing, programmable scooters called Siggys™
The platform allows teachers to source lesson plans and activities aligned to state and national standards.
Whether you're teaching future engineers, mathematicians, or scientists, these are the educational toys that'll get your students' cogs turning.
Sphero Bolt is like tomorrow’s toy ball. Instead of being purely focused on catch, this STEM ball is all about teaching code.
Design your own DIY (Do-It-Yourself) learning that leads to edtech, coding, and makerspace certificates.
Scratch is a powerful platform for learning to code because it not only teaches all the essential concepts of coding but can also be easily integrated into almost any subject area.
While tech is a kid’s entertainment and learning buddy today, it’s their ticket to their future tomorrow.