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Public Education Foundation

100 East Tenth Street, Suite 500

Chattanooga, TN 37402

423-265-9403 (phone)

423-265-9832 (fax)

Thanks to a partnership between the Public Education Foundation and the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, the PEF Innovation Hub is pleased to offer public school teachers in the southeast Tennessee region FREE access to our technology lending library. Please fill out the form below to request your reservation.

Available Technology

 

BeeBots

Ideal for grades K-3

Fun robot that teaches ​pre-literate students sequencing, logic, and coding with interdisciplinary integration.

No additional devices required, but can be enhanced with Chromebooks, computers, and/or tablets

Dr. Fuel Cell Car

Ideal for grades 4-10

Simple, effective demonstration of solar hydrogen technology using light and water to power the car!

No additional technology is necessary

Dash n Dot

Ideal for K-8

Plug and play, robust robot with multiple sensors and accessories included.​

Requires a mobile device, tablet, Chromebook, or computer ​for coding

Ozobots

Ideal for grades K-12

Pocket-sized robots that introduces coding through coloring and expands to full syntax programming!

No additional devices required, but can be enhanced with Chromebooks, computers, and/or tablets.

Google Cardboard

Ideal for grades K-12

Simple virtual reality viewer that uses smart phones or ​iPod touches to deliver an immersive VR experience.

 

Requires smart phone or iPod touch

Makey Makey

Ideal for grades 2-12

A simple invention kit that turns practically anything into a computer controller! Great for interactive coding.​

Requires a device with a USB port (typically a computer or Chromebook)

Lego Mindstorm EV3

Ideal for 5-12

A robotics kit that uses a proprietary "coding brick" to integrate sensors with legos for robust robotics.​

Requires a tablet, Chromebook, or computer ​for coding

Lego Mindstorm EV3

Ideal for 5-12

A robotics kit that uses a proprietary "coding brick" to integrate sensors with legos for robust robotics.​

Requires a tablet, Chromebook, or computer ​for coding

Little Bits

Ideal for grades 2-7

Expansive set seamlessly introduces students to ​electronics through fool-proof magnetic components.

No additional equipment required

Makerbot Rep Mini

Ideal for grades K-12

Small, entry-level 3D printer ideal for introducing students to the power of 3D design and printing.​

Requires a computer or Chromebook for custom designs

Ideal for grades 2-12

A simple invention kit that turns practically anything into a computer controller! Great for interactive coding.​

Requires a device with a USB port (typically a computer or Chromebook)

Makey Makey

Ollie

Ideal for 3-12

A high-speed remote control "car" that can be coded using block-based coding.​

Requires a tablet

Ozobots

Ideal for grades K-12

Pocket-sized robots that introduces coding through coloring and expands to full syntax programming!

No additional devices required, but can be enhanced with Chromebooks, computers, and/or tablets.

Raspberry Pi 3

Ideal for grades 8-12

A powerful micro-computer that integrates sensors and  I/O devices for unique cyber-physical computing

Requires access to an HDMI display

Sphero

Ideal for 5-12

A remote control sphere that seamlessly transitions from toy to learning device​

Requires a tablet