Have you been looking for a way to bring critical thinking, problem solving, coding, and STEM into your classroom? Look no further than the Piper computer kit! ROE 49 now has Piper computer kits available for educators to check out and use with their students. These kits allow students to build and program their own computers out of simple materials. During this hands-on workshop, teachers will construct a Piper computer using the provided kit. They will then explore the computer’s features, and discuss ways it can be used in their classrooms with students. For more information on the Piper computer visit playpiper.com.
Ben Sondgeroth, Regional Educational Technology Coordinator. A Google for Education Certified Trainer, former Director of Technology, and high school social studies classroom teacher, Ben has a passion for bringing creative technology integration into the classroom. Throughout his career, Ben has been able to work with teachers and administrators in bringing best technology practices into their schools and classrooms using iPads and Google Apps for Education.