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Eduporium Experiment | Coder MiP
by ANDY LARMAND
Parents and teachers sometimes shy away from introducing younger children to coding and robotics because they are under the impression that these subject areas are too complex for kids in the early...
Eduporium Weekly | 5 Ways Eduporium Helps Schools Excel
by ANDY LARMAND
At Eduporium, we know what it takes to provide an enriched, authentic, and inclusive 21st century education that will truly prepare today’s kids for real-world challenges. We also know this isn...
Transform ideas into tangible, 3D printed objects with Carvey
by ANDY LARMAND
Getting students interested in maker education can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. Well, it used to be anyway! Build a makerspace station that every student will want to visit next school year...
Eduporium Experiment | pi-top
by ANDY LARMAND
It’s not enough for kids to be constantly using computers anymore. No, these days, to fully get immersed in the technology and better prepared for the real world, they need to be building them...
Eduporium Weekly | VR and Its Increasing Real-world Applications
by ANDY LARMAND
Virtual reality is a viable classroom technology for (at least) two reasons. The first is that it provides students with up-close insights into incredibly detailed scenes they otherwise would likely...
Eduporium Experiment | Thames & Kosmos Hydropower Kit
by ANDY LARMAND
There are interactive science kits that boost hands-on education. And, then there are kits designed to totally invigorate active learning by providing students with an accessible, fun, and enrichment...