Public school teachers can apply for this year’s program now through October 23, 2019.
RSD’s high school science teachers will use Discovery Education’s Science Techbook and professional development to create digital lessons in a 1:1 environment.
The site is divided into different sections, each focusing on a different area of math and different grade levels.
To get the most out of our school gardens, students have built sensors and monitors using Raspberry Pis.
Drones are becoming more and more widely used in schools, for everything from teaching coding to physics lessons.
High school students can experience real-world applications of Python, one of the most common languages used to teach computer science in colleges.
This school year I have decided to streamline the process, adding instructions, embedded video, and rubrics to the slide template students will work in.
“Discovery Education is excited to join STEMROBO in bringing the highest-quality digital STEM and Coding resources to Indian educators and students,” said Will Lock, President of Discovery Education International.
“Sphero and littleBits are on a mission to make hands-on learning fun and memorable,” said Paul Berberian, Sphero’s CEO.
“Learning Games were created based on educator feedback to supplement classroom, teacher-led instruction,” said Jacob Klein, director of Learning Games at Curriculum Associates.
Videos, articles, and interactives are available on topics including Ancient Worlds, Body+Brain, Evolution, Military+Espionage, and many more.
KOOV is a design and coding platform where kids use blocks and sensors to build and manipulate interactive robots.
"Human physiology is the physics and chemistry of how our bodies work and is the foundation of biomedical science," said John Melville, Ph.D., Director of Biology at Vernier Software & Technology.
Sphero makes cool programmable robots and educational tools that aim to transform the way kids learn and create through coding, science, music, and the arts.
Attendees will receive hands-on training using data-collection technology, as well as a Go Direct® Temperature Probe for their classroom.