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MakerBot Exclusive Offer: Buy 4 + Get 1 Free
October 11, 2018

Get one (1) free MakerBot Replicator+™ when you buy four (4) Replicator+ 3D printers with any MakerCare Protection Plan. The MakerBot Replicator+™ Desktop 3D printer offers the simplest setup experience and easiest-to-use software for fast and easy 3D printing. With the purchase of four (4) Replicator+™ 3D printers you will receive one (1) free Replicator+ […] Read More


Science Made Simple with Labdisc
October 23, 2015

Learn about our new favorite tool for the science classroom, LabDisc. LabDisc is an all-in-one sensor, designed for the easy collection and analysis of multiple kinds of data. The hardware itself is simple: using the disc alone, students have immediate access to a huge variety of data types, such as temperature, distance, moisture, pH, volume and light. Read More


The Radix Endeavor-A New STEM Experience
October 8, 2015

Developed by MIT and backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, The Radix Endeavor is "designed to develop an immersive virtual learning experience supporting high school math and biology instruction." Read More


NAO at Its Sportiest: RoboCup 2015
July 14, 2015

We at Teq LOVE the NAO robot! As an educational tool, it’s ideal for teaching students about the basics of programming, as well as providing a cute, relateable context for what can be done with such skills. Students are drawn to the 23-inch robot, and quickly finding themselves learning programming vocabulary and logic–all in the name […] Read More


Cool Peripherals for Your Science Classroom
March 9, 2015

Thanks to our friend, Peter White, from Bodelin Technologies, we were able to demonstrate some more great tools for use in the science classroom. Read More


A Sad Goodbye to Infuse Learning — What Now?
February 13, 2015

If you are working with a mobile assessment initiative in your classroom or school, it is important to be sure that you have a well-developed platform that can help support your needs. Without Infuse Learning as an option, you may wondering "what do I do now?" Be sure to use some of our resources to help you locate a good fit for teachers and students. Read More


February is Full of Great Courses with Teq Online PD!
January 22, 2015

Our February calendar is chock-full of great content! With so many teachers on winter break during the week of February 16th, we will be featuring some of our best courses in all main subject areas, as well as some of our other favorite new courses. Read More


If You’re an Educator, Then Read This (If This, Then That, Part 2)
July 8, 2014

Previously On The Teq Blog… Last time, we discussed what IFTTT was (If you didn’t read that post, Then check it out and come back here) and some of the ways it could be used in the classroom. Around that time, my kids and I created a “recipe” to send me weather data for a certain […] Read More


ProScope Micro Mobile in the Science Classroom
April 18, 2014

Science involves the use of a lot of technology. Much of what we know about the world today would still be a mystery if not for a few simple inventions, like the microscope. One of the most famous pioneers in microscopy is Anton Van Leewenhoek, who was developing lenses capable of observing single celled organisms […] Read More