Would you like your students to participate in an engaging, fun lesson, but lack the devices to carry it out? The Instructional Technology Department has devices you can checkout to use with your classes! See what devices are available to be checked out and then fill out the form below to indicate what you would like to check out and when they are needed. Please remember devices should be used for instructional use by teachers and students, not for testing (Istation). If you have any questions, please contact Jeni Long (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jennifer Prince (email@example.com).
iPads are touchscreen tablet computers developed by Apple. The iPads have access to the district app store.
Virtual Reality Googles
VR Goggles are a head-worn apparatus that completely covers the eyes for an immersive 3D experience.
***Please note: We do not have devices to use with the goggles. Teachers/Students will need to provide their own.***
The Merge Cube is a holographic toy that allows users to physically hold and interact with 3D objects using augmented reality technology.
GPSs are a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location information anywhere on Earth.
Green Screens are backgrounds used in videos or pictures where moving objects are filmed in front and, using an app, users can create different backgrounds where the green screen appears.
Ollies and Spheros are robotic devices that you control with a tilt, swing, or touch of a tablet.
These handheld devices are small tablets (the size of a phone) that have internet access and a camera.
The Chibi Chip allows beginners of all backgrounds and ages to try out programming and learn circuitry.
A micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that has 25 red LED light that can be programmed to flash messages and be used to create games through Bluetooth or the internet.
A Makey Makey turns everyday objects into touchpads when you combine them with the internet. Using a circuit board, alligator clips, and a USB cable, the device uses closed loop electrical signals to send the computer either a keystroke or mouse click signal.
Hot Wheels Speedometry Set
The set comes with 40 cars, 16 loops, 16 gravity clamps and a track with connectors.
The Swivl is a robotic mount for an iPad, camera or smartphone that allows you to track and, with video capture abilities of the other device, record videos of a moving person.
The Breakout Kit includes everything you need to play a breakout/escape room activity. Included in the kit are a hasp, an alphabet multilock, a directional multilock, a 3-digit lock, a 4-digit lock, a UV light, a deck of reflection cards, an invisible ink pen, a small lockable box, and a red lens viewer.
Attach the webcam to your laptop or panel to connect with others.