Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Flow Design Contest for K-12 Teachers by SMALLAB Learning

Teachers, this looks like an amazing contest opportunity for those of you who have a whiteboard in your classroom.

SMALLab Learning has just launched their new Flow System, a motion-capture technology made for any Interactive Whiteboard or projection surface.  From their description, Flow is similar to an Xbox Kinect, where the students bodies are the interface in Flow.  This new system is ideal for the kinesthetic learner. This looks amazing! :)

To celebrate Flow, they are doing a Design Contest for all K-12 teachers where you could win a FREE Flow installation plus a free copy of your proposed learning scenario!

Entries are due by April 1st, 2012.

Go here to learn more of their Flow Design Contest and to submit a proposal. :)

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a nice new way to do Math. Thanks for the contest!