The kit (typically priced at $150) includes an Arduino sensor board, which lets students conduct basic coding experiments and collect data through small, commercial satellites.
Kahoot! has launched its mobile app for iOS and Android that is designed to make homework fun and more social for students.
The six-week challenge is designed to get students in grades 3-12 started on the right foot this school year.
The National Science Teachers Association’s NSTA Press has released the first five books of its new STEM Road Map Curriculum Series for K–12.
Ahead of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Google released a collection of more than 4,300 archives and 90 multimedia exhibits, as well as virtual tours on Google Expeditions that share stories related to Latino history, culture and contributions in the United States.
Renaissance has partnered with Education.com in order to bring teacher-approved digital resources, tools and materials from the online education hub to the Renaissance Flow 360 platform.
Once again this school year, schools will be ramping up robotics programs and opening more makerspaces, according to the latest report from the New Media Consortium and the Consortium for School Networking.
Tinycards is a study aid designed for both K–12 and college students, which employs a spaced repetition technique and adapts to the individual user.
Graspable essentially allows students to rearrange terms on the screen to solve math equations, recording and sharing all of the steps they take to arrive at their answer with the teacher.
Ahead of the Force Friday II global event this week, littleBits released a new kit that gives kids step-by-step instructions on how to build a droid fit for the Star Wars universe.