Ayah Bdeir, CEO of LittleBits, speaks out on her top priorities

If you want to hear from the CEO of the company who is changing the STEM game for educators, take a look at an interview Ayah Bdeir did with Entrepreneur here. Bdeir is the founder of LittleBits, an ed tech company that creates builder kits for young entrepreneurs. These kits are safe and compatible with all ages and are made of electronic building blocks that allow for learners’ creativity to flourish as they learn the fundamentals of engineering.

If you want to check out our LittleBits page, click here. Don’t forget to give us a chat if you need anything!

Califone continues to dominate K12 Audio

Remember those days in elementary school when they had you test your hearing with those stereo headphones? It’s likely you used the same brand headphones still being used today – Califone. For years, Califone has dominated the educational audio market, and all their experience has (once again) earned them recognition in the industry.

Need audio supplies for your school? See what we offer here.

Microsoft Enrollment for Education Solutions – the smart way to buy Microsoft

If you’re not familiar with Microsoft Enrollment for Education Solutions, we highly recommend looking into it. We even put together a helpful informational page so you can understand the basics and the annual cost. You can get all the Microsoft Office Pro Plus apps at a low rate for your school, and deployment is fast and easy. To read more, take a look here. And please feel free to give us a chat if you’re in need of a price quote!

Get your kids started early with Adobe

Because young minds are truly sponge-like, it’s important to introduce them to the power of their imagination early – and what better way than to get them involved in media creation and design?

Adobe offers truly substantial discounts for EDU licenses, and if you’re a tech teacher hoping to truly prepare your kids, you know how vital it is they start learning professional software early.

Ready to see what Adobe can offer your school? Head on over to our site here.

Best option for managing your Chromebooks? Google Chrome OS Management Console

Need software for your Chromebook fleet? Check out Google Chrome OS Management, one of the most effective and cost efficient Chromebook management options. But don’t take my word for it, check out this article to find out how the software pays for itself and how you can access your devices remotely and without ever having to touch one of your devices.

Check out our Google Chromebook Management for education page here. Installation is quick and easy, and if you order today you can get your licenses in under just a couple business days.

Storage Solutions for Schools: Anthro Carts

If you’re looking for a storage solution for your school devices, check out Anthro Ergotron storage carts. They come in a variety of prices, styles, and sizes, so there’s something for everyone. Ranging from wall units to rolling carts, and with a lifetime warranty, you can be sure that you’re making the right choice for your school. They’re built to accommodate tablets, Chromebooks, Ultrabooks, MacBooks, and essentially any laptops or device with a display size up to 15.6″.

You can find our Anthro page by going here. Feel free to give us a chat if you’re not sure which cart is right for you, or ask us for a quote.

Adobe’s K12 School Site License

Teaching your students Adobe programs is the best thing you can do as a tech teacher. Why teach students a lesser program when they will use something bigger in their career? Over 90% of the world’s creative professionals use Photoshop – and that figure is edging closer and closer to 100%.

And now, you can get 100 device licenses of the entire CC suite for $25 a seat with the Adobe CC K12 site license.

Ready to see what Adobe products we have to offer? Check out our website here.

How does 3D printing work?

3D printing can benefit students by providing them with the tools they need to understand the nature of computers and the future of digital manufacturing. By using a 3D printer, students will gain a better understanding of how computers think and how coordinates are processed in a digital landscape. If you’re not already familiar with 3D printing, check out this video made by the leading 3D printer company Polar 3D, to familiarize yourself with the basics.

If you have an engineering, architecture, or design program could benefit from 3D printers, check out our Polar 3D printing page here. Feel free to give us a chat if you have any questions or are in need of a quote for your school!