I had the opportunity to get a sneak peak look at some ISTE 2018 vendor launches before the ropes were dropped at the expo.
“The price of paper is cheap but the impact on education is priceless.” –Shai Goitein, chief executive officer, PowerUp
One of the new products being introduced at ISTE 2018 is from Power Up, a U.S. company that is based in Israel. This company has taken paper airplanes out of the realm of spitballs and other classroom shenanigans to a tool that educators can use to provide project-based learning opportunities for students. Imagine being able to teach critical skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and collaboration, as well as concepts such as aerodynamics and physics, all while tossing a paper airplane into the wind.…Read More