From virtual dissections to 3D printing, an update on the latest ed-tech product and service offerings.
Cengage’s new science modules let high-school and college students perform virtual dissections, explore chemical elements and reactions and conduct virtual research, among other activities.
Dremel released the Dremel Idea Builder 3D40 and a free app that lets users print, monitor jobs and download designs, using their mobile Android or iOS device. A video showing students using the printer is available online.
Parchment debuted an infographic that shows evolution of education, from traditional to digital environments, with a glance at what lies ahead in the future.
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” will keynote NEXT2016, Schoology’s user conference, taking place July 11-13, in Miami Beach, Fla.
Proximity Learning’s online special-education program includes features for tailored instruction and student management. The program, available on from desktop and mobile computers, may be used for small groups and individual students.
Physical security company Anchorman is offering a white paper with tips for managing a lockdown situation. The paper discusses different levels of lockdowns, lockdown procedures from FEMA and quick, simple tips for teachers to apply in their classrooms.
Defined Learning’s new online professional development course, Performance Task PD with Jay McTighe, trains teachers on how to design, implement and evaluate performance tasks.