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The HP Sprout: Helping STEM to Take Root in Schools

HP HP Sprout

The HP Sprout: Helping STEM to Take Root in Schools

Source: k12blueprint.com | Re-Post Tech Innovation 10/12/2016 What if you could combine a powerful all-in-one desktop PC with a scanner, projector, and an innovative touch-sensitive projection surface and use that technology to empower STEM learning? That’s why Intel Education gave away an HP Sprout desktop device to one lucky educator. Blue River Valley Jr. Sr. High School is a school near New Castle, Indiana serving four communities. Approximately 46% of the student population is on the Free and Reduced Lunch program. The insulated area and its humble economy have resulted in students having very little knowledge of the world outside...

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Hands-on Learning with Sprout Pro by HP: Drawing and Design with the Sprout Pro Touch Mat

Drawing and Design HP Sprout Pro

Hands-on Learning with Sprout Pro by HP: Drawing and Design with the Sprout Pro Touch Mat

The Sprout Pro touch mat allows for a second work area with ergonomic annotation and 20 points of touch. See how the touch mat has allowed the students of St. George’s Independent School to work collaboratively and achieve improved outcomes in their design courses.  

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6 Implications of the Next-Generation Digital Learning Environments

6 Implications of the Next-Generation Digital Learning Environments

In the year since its publication, it’s become clear that there is growing support within the higher ed teaching and learning community for the idea of learning environments to be based on component architecture.

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6 Keys To A Successful 1:1 Implemetation

6 Keys To A Successful 1:1 Implemetation

Over the past few years, as most school budgets have remained stagnant, spending in educational technology has continued to climb.

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10 Tips for Building a 1:1 Program at Your School

10 Tips for Building a 1:1 Program at Your School

The educational landscape is changing. Everyday new technologies emerge to replace the old familiar education tools. Gone are the days of notebooks and pencils.

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