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  1. How to Bring More STEM to Remote Learning in 2021

    How to Bring More STEM to Remote Learning in 2021
    We understand that there is more on the plates of educators than ever before, but we also realize that teaching STEM skills and subjects is still continuing in many cases. For that reason, we’re happy to extend the expertise of the Eduporium team and offer consultation for any STEM teacher, tech specialist, or other faculty member who might benefit.
  2. Tips & Tricks | DJI Tello EDU Drone

    Tips & Tricks | DJI Tello EDU Drone
    The drone is incredibly compact and the packs include accessories for flying it in different environments. Students can use the Tello EDU app to create programs or try the Tello app for additional STEM learning opportunities. Once paired with a device through the Tello EDU app, students can also easily control it using the on-screen joystick.
  3. Eduporium Weekly | STEM Kits with Curriculum

    Eduporium Weekly | STEM Kits with Curriculum
    Educators are often looking for STEM or robotics kits with curriculum. Since there are typically so many possibilities when it comes to open-ended invention and exploration with STEAM tools, it can sometimes be tough to narrow down the most helpful projects. With these STEAM solutions, teachers can find curricular connections and reliable projects.
  4. Eduporium Featured Educator: Vanessa Haddad

    Eduporium Featured Educator: Vanessa Haddad
    Vanessa has found creative ways to leverage various types of technology in her instruction when working with college students and certainly found that providing students with these hands-on experiences has helped them develop real-world skills through their experiences. Read on to find out more of what’s worked for her!
  5. Eduporium Experiment | Ozobot's Shape Tracer

    Eduporium Experiment | Ozobot's Shape Tracer
    Though it’s ideal, having a physical robot is not always an option for students learning outside of the classroom and that’s why these various virtual resources have become so important. Among those is the Shape Tracer game from Ozobot, a cool, Web-based platform students can use to code a virtual Ozobot right on their screen.
  6. EdTech Grant for December Awarded to Mary Bonnetty

    EdTech Grant for December Awarded to Mary Bonnetty
    We’re happy to announce that we have awarded our final EdTech grant of 2020 to Mary Bonnetty, an elementary teacher from Honolulu, Hawaii! Mary teaches at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Elementary School and has made a huge impact on the STEM offerings her students get to experience whether learning in-person or remotely.
  7. Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?

    Eduporium Weekly | Remote Ed: Synchronous or Asynchronous?
    Synchronous and asynchronous learning have each become important topics throughout various education communities and the subtle features of each are valuable for today’s educators to know. If you're moving back and forth about which method to use or find yourself switching regularly, read on to learn more.
  8. Rising Resources | HistoryMaker VR

    Rising Resources | HistoryMaker VR
    History might not be the favorite subject of some students, but combining it with learning experiences in VR could help make it more intriguing! There are a lot of virtual reality-based learning tools available to educators now and, in this latest Rising Recourses post, we’re going to tell you about another one that's called HistoryMaker VR.
  9. Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store

    Eduporium Weekly | 5 New EdTech Tools On Our Store
    Our one-stop EdTech shopping experience is a favorite among educators and our Educator Discount on technology and free quoting help make it easier on educators to obtain STEM tools from various manufacturers and STEM disciplines in one place. So, what’s among the newest offerings we’re providing for in-person, remote, or hybrid learning?  
  10. Tips & Tricks | Dash Robot Simulator

    Tips & Tricks | Dash Robot Simulator
    The highly useful virtual Dash Robot Simulator from Wonder Workshop is easily accessible through Class Connect and continues to help teachers deliver STEM instruction remotely. Read through to learn some of the most relevant Tips and Tricks for getting started with virtual coding for elementary or middle school students.

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