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  • STEM Learning with Edtech

    STEM Learning with Edtech

    January 12, 2017
    The demand on students to understand Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is greater than ever before. Current research demonstrates…

  • zSpace Tour Heads Back on the Road

    zSpace Tour Heads Back on the Road

    January 05, 2017
    The zSpace Mobile Tour fleet is multiplying! We here at zSpace are putting the finishing touches on four vehicles - two RVs and two trailers - which will…

  • Get Social with zSpace

    Get Social with zSpace

    August 25, 2016
    Though they can provide jaw-dropping and immersive experiences, head mounted display VR and AR products such as Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive have sparked…

  • Is Technology Making Us Antisocial?

    Is Technology Making Us Antisocial?

    August 15, 2016
    Have you ever walked into a restaurant and seen a family dinner devoid of any social interaction because they’re all glued to their smartphones or…

  • The Case for Hands-On Learning

    The Case for Hands-On Learning

    August 15, 2016
    According to Forbes, 60% of managers claim that new graduates do not have the critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary for the job. Sounds…

  • What Educators can Learn from Pokémon GO

    What Educators can Learn from Pokémon GO

    August 09, 2016
    Pokémon GO has captured the attention of millions across the globe at lightning speed-- no really, have you ever seen a crowd of people storming…

  • How to Get Special Needs Students to Succeed

    How to Get Special Needs Students to Succeed

    August 01, 2016
    Special needs learners come in all shapes and sizes. From auditory or visual learners to those with cognitive disabilities, special needs learners often…

  • VR, AR, and zSpace

    VR, AR, and zSpace

    July 22, 2016
    Virtual reality produces full immersion of its user, creating a computer-generated 3D virtual environment that is usually achieved through the use of headgear…

  • Infographic: EdTech Buyer’s Guide

    Infographic: EdTech Buyer’s Guide

    July 21, 2016
    In the recent article in District Administration Len Scrogan, former K12 Administrator and Adjunct Professor at University of Colorado, addresses…

  • Headset VR: For men only?

    Headset VR: For men only?

    July 20, 2016
    This isn’t the first time technology has been created with a gender bias; research conducted in the 1960s set the standards for air conditioning…

  • Infographic: Inquiry-Based Learning

    Infographic: Inquiry-Based Learning

    July 17, 2016
    In the modern era, what was adequate in industrialized education is no longer. Today’s workforce has no use for docile information retainers, trained…

  • 3 Reasons for High School Dropouts

    3 Reasons for High School Dropouts

    July 12, 2016
    Some call it “The Silent Epidemic,” others refer to it as a crisis; today we’re talking about the high school dropout problem. It is…

  • Will Headset VR Ever have a Place in the Classroom?

    Will Headset VR Ever have a Place in the Classroom?

    July 11, 2016
    With the release of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, there is growing excitement around Virtual Reality and the possibilities it offers in education; some even…

  • Is testing the biggest obstacle to teaching?

    Is testing the biggest obstacle to teaching?

    July 10, 2016
    Does Common Core testing in your district have you pulling out your hair? You are not alone. The implementation of Common Core State Standards has teachers…

  • 3 Signs Students are Ready for College

    3 Signs Students are Ready for College

    July 07, 2016
    Do your students meet the mark? In today’s fast-changing, knowledge-based economy, jobs are increasingly requiring critical thinking, creativity…

  • Tinker Toys of Today’s Generation: Join the Maker Movement with zSpace

    Tinker Toys of Today’s Generation: Join the Maker Movement with zSpace

    June 23, 2016
    Ding Ding. The clock strikes 8:00 am and children are in their seats. The bell tells you it’s time for 45 minutes of math class, going over Chapter…

  • Tips for creating an engaged classroom

    Tips for creating an engaged classroom

    June 03, 2016
    Hands-on, interactive learning makes the classroom come alive. Students thrive when they are able to manipulate materials and explore concepts with their…

  • How a Ga. district uses hands-on learning to boost engagement

    How a Ga. district uses hands-on learning to boost engagement

    June 02, 2016
    Student engagement continues to rank as one of the primary issues facing teachers today, according to a recent poll by SmartBrief Education. Fifty-seven…

  • Why fear doesn’t have a place in the classroom

    Why fear doesn’t have a place in the classroom

    May 04, 2016
    Historically, fear has been used to get students -- and teachers -- to comply with rigid curricula and standardized tests. It’s more than just the…

  • What Will Learning Be Like in 20 Years?

    What Will Learning Be Like in 20 Years?

    May 04, 2016
    We’re at an educational crossroads. In the past, most curricula were designed to prepare students for industrial age careers. Now, much of that work…

  • Engaging students in STEM curriculum

    Engaging students in STEM curriculum

    March 24, 2016
    How do we engage students in STEM curriculum? In the opening chapter of Steve Jobs' biography, he is quoted as saying that his elementary…

  • Creativity in STEAM Labs

    Creativity in STEAM Labs

    December 16, 2015
    Activities that encourage students to take objects apart, put them back together and solve problems through invention are the kind of hands-on learning…

  • Two heads are better than one

    Two heads are better than one

    November 18, 2015
    According to the New Media Consortium's 2015 Horizon Report increasing use of collaborative learning approaches is one of the key trends…

  • Teaching kids to be resilient

    Teaching kids to be resilient

    November 06, 2015
    Winston Churchill famously defined success as "stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” Should we teach resilience in…

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