August 30, 2012
With grade-school kids now carting around the ultimate entertainment device in their pockets, teachers need to get creative to get their attention.
SMALLab Learning, based in Los Angeles, is creating new interactive laboratories for schools, where students grab a wand, twist and shake it around, and learn things like physics and chemistry in the process. Below, Mina Johnson-Glenberg, the chief learning officer at SMALLab Learning, talks with Tech Cocktail about shaking up education.
Watch the full interview with Mina Johnson-Glenberg. The interview was filmed at ASU Venture Catalyst at ASU SkySong during Techiepalooza on June 7, 2012. It is also part of the Tech Cocktail Conversations podcast – subscribe on iTunes.
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