Although this is years away for public schools (due to cost), we can't wait to introduce and share this type of technology with our students.
Love the quote from this video:
"Anytime you change the way that you see things, it changes the way that you understand them. As soon as you can change someone's understanding, then they can change the way that they see the world."
Of course, there is the "budget" way of doing this as well:
If you ever wanted an inside view on Hackathons, this is a good read. Milpitas students have participated in several Hackathons around Silicon Valley.
"On the third day, half the people on the Startup Bus got motion sick. We hadn’t slept for two or three nights, the roads through the Smoky Mountains were perilously curved, the tour bus was traveling at top speed, and we had all been staring at our laptop screens for far too long.
Someone on my team bumped the table where we sat and it collapsed on our laps for the third or maybe 10th time that day. Alicia Hurst, my team’s designer, grabbed her computer before it fell, but her giant water bottle hit the floor. Again. Emma Pinkerton, our business strategist, held up the table while I scrambled to..."
Read more @ The Atlantic
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This is an amazing footage of Swiss Air Force F-5 jet in 360° view in YouTube. More and more videos in this format will be shared on YouTube so be on the lookout. Also, please make sure that your browser is compatible with the 360° YouTube viewer (Chrome usually works great).
Together, as learners in the education space, we would like to share a selection of what we read and reflect on internally.