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  1. Video: Using Sphero's Robots in Remote and Hybrid STEM

    Video: Using Sphero's Robots in Remote and Hybrid STEM
    Led by Nate Ubowski and Greg Rousos, learn how teachers can use the Sphero BOLT, RVR, and Mini for robotics lessons in remote learning. Going beyond the 4 C’s to spark curiosity and create a greater sense of community improvement, the presenters also covered how Sphero’s robots allow for efficient STEAM instruction.
  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 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.
  4. 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?  
  5. 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.
  6. The Finch Robot 2.0 is Now Shipping!

    The Finch Robot 2.0 is Now Shipping!
    One of the more highly anticipated educational technology releases in the last year, the Finch Robot 2.0 is now shipping! Much more robust and versatile than the original Finch Robot from BirdBrain Technologies, the Finch 2.0 is a true coding and robotics solution for students in all K-12 grades and allows students of different ability levels to try coding.
  7. Eduporium Experiment | micro:bit V2

    Eduporium Experiment | micro:bit V2
    The new micro:bit V2 features three notable additions in a built-in speaker, built-in microphone, and programmable, touch-sensitive logo. Students can try programming the micro:bit with MakeCode and incorporate all of new features found within the V2, which should begin shipping soon!
  8. Coding with the micro:bit and MakeCode

    Coding with the micro:bit and MakeCode
    The new micro:bit board will feature some exciting components and, therefore, new ways for students to explore programming and computer science with MakeCode! Speaking of the MakeCode platform, if you're new to this environment, it can be used with the micro:bit (original or V2) and plenty of other STEAM tools.
  9. Tips & Tricks | BirdBrain's Finch Robot 2.0

    Tips & Tricks | BirdBrain's Finch Robot 2.0
    The new Finch 2.0 robot has started shipping and educators can now explore the various ways of adding it to STEAM and makerspace lessons.With six modes of programming and processing power from the micro:bit, the Finch 2.0 makes a great K-12 coding option for computer science students! Keep reading for more important hints.
  10. Dash's Neighborhood for Remote and Hybrid Coding

    Dash's Neighborhood for Remote and Hybrid Coding
    The Wonder Workshop team has gone above and beyond to make sure that their coding and robotics tools (or, at the very least, digital variations of them) remain available to students who might be learning from home. The availability of the Dash’s Neighborhood platform allows students to explore coding concepts and create authentic programs online

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