I remember how fascinated I was by Morse code when I first heard about it as a young fry. I can only imagine the proverbial lightbulb (well, probably a candle at that time) that went off in Samuel Morse’s mind as he came up with the idea for nonverbally telecommunicating with others. No offense Sam, but boy, finger tapping conversations have come a long way.
This helpful guide includes an explanation of the grant process, including a checklist (with samples!), and useful links and resources to find funding!
The 80s were revolutionary in a number of ways. Big hair, neon aerobic garb, and the King of Pop made headlines. But in the realm of educational technology, the personal computer stole the show. Today, we’re experiencing a similar revolution. Setting aside the popularity of man buns, boho chic wear, and unfortunately, “Beliebers”, the edtech world is again taken aback by cutting-edge technology. PCs, time to make room for 3D printers.
Easily display activities, diagrams, infographics, instructional signage and more with our new Repositionable Paper for Perfecta™ 2400, Poster Maker 3600, and ProImage® Poster Printer!
We at VariQuest™ are beyond excited to share our big news. Introducing the newest addition to our visual learning tools—Trifecta™ 800 3D Printer!
Fill in the blank. Students who are ______ are more likely to bring a weapon to school. One in eight children who are ______ fear being attacked at school. Over half of teens have been ______, and nearly the same number of teens has ______ a peer.
“OMG, OMG, OMG…I WON!” If you overheard this public outburst back at ISTE in 2014, you witnessed Kitty Herbel realizing she had won—big time. The Waller Middle School educator won the one and only VariQuest™ Perfecta™ Poster Design System, and she couldn’t have been happier.
What do 43 states, the District of Columbia, 4 territories, and the Department of Defense Education Activity share at their educative core?
Students aren’t too different from rats. They may not be scurrying around with long tails trailing behind, nor are they considered deadly pests. But as psychologist BF Skinner proved, humans and rats find commonality in positive reinforcement. As Skinner rewarded his test rats with food for doing the perceived “right thing,” they continued on the right path. As teachers recognize positive student behavior, students are galvanized to continue their positive behavior.