19 Sep 2019
We've researched, we've played, here's what's to stay!
We love Dash! Perfect for teaching block-based coding in stages 2 and 3. Plus, he’s extra cute. Simple setup and connectivity through iPad. A great hands-on way to tackle digital technology outcomes.
- Simple setup
- Easy connectivity
- Block-based coding
- Apple Swift Playgrounds compatible
- A robot with personality!
This hand-held microprocessor can be used to create just about anything. Micro:bit uses MakeCode (Amongst other programming interfaces), is future-focused and great for PBL and an excellent protoyping tool.
- Microsoft MakeCode Compatible
- Great for PBL
- Excellent prototyping tool
Students can construct and test their models. Versatile high-end robotics kit, good for data-logging and perfect for constructive PBL. Suitable for stages 3 to 6.
In 5 simple words:
- Suits datalogging tasks
- Project Based Learning
The T4L crew swears by Teams. A rich collaborative tool – whether you’re across a myriad of projects, or setting class projects, the potential is there!
- Collaborate online
- Coordinate assignments and learning materials
- Create planners
- Share files
- Start conversations