It’s almost time to start the new year! Here’s a look at some of the newest and hottest edtech tools for 2015!
The Livescribe Smartpen sends your handwritten notes straight to your devices. Take notes during your faculty meetings and easily send them to your colleagues. What makes it really cool? The ability to record audio as you’re writing. Check out the video to learn more!
Toss this camera ball in the air and it uses its 36 lenses to snap one single, 360 degree image. Great to use during school events or field trips! Hang it from your classroom’s ceiling or place it on a tripod to snag some in-action learning shots!
This pen allows students to free draw 3D models. Similar to a glue gun, the user places a piece of ABS plastic into the pen. As you draw, the heated plastic quickly cools and hardens. Much more affordable than a standard 3D printer, this is a nice alternative for creative students. Students can create 3D geometric shapes, mini landmarks, and jewelry.
Say goodbye to those clunkly listening stations! This adapter works with most devices and can hold up to five headphone sets. It’s so small that it can fit into your pocket!
This tiny router creates an instant wifi hotspot for your devices. Simply connect an ethernet cord into one end and create a secure wireless network. Great for traveling!
Top educators from over 2000 schools nationwide, including the Bay Area's best preparatory institutions, are raving about Osmo's natural ability to foster creative, social, and emotional learning - and how much their students love it.
This pocket sized, portable projector allows you to quickly project from your mobile phone, ipad, or other device. Now that classrooms and libraries are shifting their furniture to reflect more of an open learning space, being able to quickly project a student’s presentation or a video seems pretty cool.
You never know when you need something random printed out. Whether you’re on a field trip with your students and an emergency arises or you’d like to print from your phone, this tiny printer is a handy device. With a rechargeable battery, the Pocket Printer’s inkjet lasts for 1,000 print jobs and you are capable of printing on any sized piece of paper.
BYOD school? With this adapter, students can easily plug a keyboard, mouse, or joystick into their mobile devices or iPads. Great for students who are typing out long texts on their small devices! Comes in pencil, panda, or robot shape!
This ultra sturdy, lightweight charging station helps teachers protect their iPads and iPad minis. If you’re a teacher that has to travel to different classrooms or your class is heading on a field trip, this mobile carrying case is your best bet!
It’s always difficult to handle an iPad when you’re showing your screen to a group of students or teachers. Grabbit is the perfect accessory to keep that iPad in your hands. It has a swivel on it, so changing the orientation of the iPad is a breeze.