HoloLAB Champions is a virtual reality (VR) chemistry lab experience, presented in the form of a game show
"Being able to build a NASA playground at the most important education innovation conference in the world while we celebrate the Apollo anniversary was an honor,” said Dr. C. Alex Young, director of NASA Space Science Education Consortium.
Blue-Bot is a simple robot that can operate on its own or via Bluetooth controlled by an Android, iOS, Mac, or Windows device.
Sky Guide is a beautiful app filled with easy-to-understand reference material on astronomy and the night sky.
Tinkercad is a free, kid-friendly online computer-aided design (CAD) program where users can design, modify, and print 3D objects.
The projects offer well-crafted tutorials, guides, and videos, which are tremendously easy to follow.
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™
KinderLab Robotics today announced that KIBO‘s newest product, the Advanced Coding Extension Set, and an accompanying curriculum guide, Ask and Imagine, are now shipping.
“By giving students the ability to create their own vehicles, test their skills, and refine their product, we provide hands-on learning opportunities that let students explore and discover,” said Shai Goitein, CEO and Founder of POWERUP Toys.
Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL) will unveil its new Mimio MyBot educational robotic system bundle at the 2019 ISTE Conference & Expo in Philadelphia.
DFRobot will showcase its hands-on learning resources including the full suite of Boson Kits, micro:Maqueen, Max:bot, LattePanda, Mind+, Gravity and Internet of Things Kits.
Whether you're teaching future engineers, mathematicians, or scientists, these are the educational toys that'll get your students' cogs turning.