Case study: House Schools Group

Written by Kevin Chung, IT & Technical Services Manager at House Schools Group (London, UK)
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Success study: how the pi-top is changing the game in a small town

Jerald Jolito is an instructional technologist, science and robotics teacher at Pecos High School, Texas. He's also a pi-top champion. In this article, he tells us why ...
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Case study: how to deliver amazing experiences in an elementary classroom with pi-top

Emily Swenson is a teacher at Mabel Brasher Elementary Montessori School (Louisiana, US). She’s also a pi-top champion. In this article, she tells us how she, with no prior ...
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A new research paper by pi-top’s Dr William Rankin

Hot off the press, and perfectly timed for ISTE2018, comes a new report by Lorraine Charles and Founder of Unfold Learning and former Director of Learning & Research at pi-top,
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Case study: Pecos High School

One STEAM Lesson, 100% More Confidence – “pi-tops Are a Game-Changer” Jerald Jolito is an instructional technologist, science and robotics teacher at Pecos High School in ...
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Case study: Corbridge Middle School

Three Words to Describe pi-tops? “They. Are. Amazing.” Dean Johnston is the Deputy Headteacher at Corbridge Middle School in Corbridge, north-east England. Corbridge is a ...
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How to add Learning by Making to STEAM Lessons

Are you looking for ways to engage your students more deeply in STEAM? Learning by making is a fantastic way to facilitate hands-on learning where students make, do or build ...
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What is learning by making and why does it work?

What were your school days like? If they were anything like mine, you spent quite a bit of time hoping not to be picked on in physics, struggling with algebra, and staring out ...
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The future of EdTech: STEAM not STEM

At pi-top we strongly believe that students embracing STEAM, by making and project-based learning, is vital to both their own future success and the wider success of the global ...
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Collaborative Learning by Making and Playing

Here at pi-top we passionately believe that students learn better by making fun things together.
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