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Tales from the Inkwell – Episode #2
We speak with STEAM teacher Gabrielle Threet about the lasting impact of the pandemic and the future of classroom technology.
0:00 – Intro
0:13 – Welcome
4:45 – How has your instruction changed because of technology?
6:46 – What is one piece of technology you think will help teaching in the future?
10:38 – How big of a role will or SHOULD technology play in years to come?
15:20 – Twenty years from now what will you tell people about being in education during the early 2020s and during COVID?
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2021 Ink Labs Classroom Makeover Winner
Congratulations to Persistence Preparatory Academy on winning our 2021 Classroom Makeover Contest!
Podcast with Buffalo PS #197 MST Preparatory School
Listen in on our conversation with MST about how schools have adapted and overcome the obstacles of teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Perfecting the Distance Learning Model Through Technology
We’re a year into this challenge, going into the second. Students, teachers, parents, principals, IT directors, and superintendents – we’ve all dug deep to make
Ink Labs, Amherst Central Schools, pilot TIGER Stand
AMHERST, N.Y. — School districts across Western New York are hoping to have students back into the classroom full-time by the fall. But for now, hybrid models are in place.
$25,000 Up For Grabs in WNY Classroom Tech Makeover Competition
It’s Extreme Makeover: Classroom Edition. This is Buffalo startup Ink Labs’ interactive panel system, just one piece of technology that’s part of a $25,000 giveaway.
Ink Labs announces contest for WNY teachers to win $25K for classroom tech
Ink Labs — a Western New York company that builds interactive technology solutions to engage students and empower teachers — announced the launch of the 2021 Ink Labs Classroom Technology Makeover Contest.
WNY tech company looking to upgrade one classroom with $25,000 in new equipment
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Ink Labs, an education technology company, has been producing educational tools for schools and teachers to make remote learning more exciting.