F1 in Schools is a global multidisciplinary challenge in which teams of students aged 9–19 deploy CAD/CAM software to collaborate, design, analyze, manufacture, test, and then race miniature compressed air-powered balsa wood F1 cars.
Video in the classroom continues to evolve the teaching and learning experiences in today’s classrooms as teachers search for new and innovative ways of engaging with students. At the same time, teachers’ observation skills continue to be the cornerstone to boosting student achievement. Effective video use in the classroom can cover these goals and many more. Swivl helps teachers, coaches, and administrators tackle their goals by making video easy, effective, and sustainable. Swivl is the world leader in classroom video observation technology in use in more than 30,000 schools around the world. Visit Swivl’s website to learn more about effective uses of video in the classroom. If you’re attending ISTE 2018, make sure to visit Swivl at booth 1594.
Schools are the primary focus at LocknCharge. Every school can have a high-quality solution to charge, store, and transport their mobile devices. The Joey Cartis available with freeBaskets by LocknCharge now through October 31, 2018. Educators can now enjoy an affordable solution to provide a seamless workflow.
Designed to boost interest and proficiency in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), the Samsung Solve for Tomorrowcontest challenges public school teachers and students in grades 6–12 to create solutions using STEAM skills that can be applied to help improve their community. All you have to do now is start thinking of a local or relevant issue that impacts your school. Once the next school year begins, Samsung will remind you to brainstorm a solution with your students for a chance to win a share of $2 million in Samsung technology for your school. Sign up now to receive Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest emails and updates, and be the first to know when the contest officially starts.
Imagine if students could gather thousands of writers in a circle to discuss one question. For example: What is fun about computer programming? Would you advise young people to pursue a career as a musician? How can I stop thinking and fall asleep? Google has a way to convene that kind of forum—in half a second.