Maybe it’s because we’re feeling the holiday spirit or maybe it’s just the simple fact that we work with amazing educators and want to give back. Regardless, the fact of the matter is that we’ve got some new goodies on our Teq Video Archive page www.teq.com/video that will surely bring cheer to you in the New Year.
Layout – All SMART Technologies related videos are now located on the right side of the webpage as our other helpful video categories have a new home on the left side of the page. This will better streamline your searching and scrolling needs.
- New Video Categories:
“NAO and Choregraphe” – Between the Hour of Code initiative that has been taking the nation by storm and Teq’s own JumpStart: NAO program, we truly value the importance of fostering STEM-based skills that can lead your students towards careers in software engineering, artificial intelligence, computer science, statistics, and more. This is why a new category of videos facilitating the needs of those working with the NAO robot and Choregraphe software was vital to our educational technology community.
“LearnerPal” – This online program provides a convenient way for teachers to assess students, differentiate instruction, and for students to keep track of their progress. Students can take an active role in managing their educational goals within an easy-to-use online learning environment. In order for you to make the most of LearnerPal, we thought it only right to provide you with some helpful videos to get you started.
- Video Request Form – We here at Teq are always striving to provide our website visitors with a plethora of helpful “How-to” videos, but sometimes we run out of ideas. This is where you come in. At the top of our Video Archive page you will now see a link to submit a Request Form where you will be able to offer suggestions and ideas for future videos you would like to see on our site. All you need to provide us with is your name, email address (so we can let you know when your video has been created and where it can be located), and what exactly you would like a video of. We simply ask that you share some details with us and possible examples so that we can better meet your needs. Help us, help you.