Are you looking to bring more technology into your school this year? This week I’m at FETC in Orlando, Florida. I’m leading presentations for teachers and learning so much about what other educators in the field of edtech are most excited about this year. The folks at Eduporium just launched a brand new Educator’s Discount program to help teachers bring more technology into their classroom, makerspaces and STEM labs.
If you haven’t heard of Eduoporium before, this company provides technology tools like Chromebooks, interactive whiteboards and tablets to schools and districts across the country. They also have special products for schools looking to include robotics, coding, makerspaces and STEM labs as part of their curriculum. Even if you’re not sure exactly what you’re looking for when designing a new space in your school or updating an existing space, they can recommend and supply the technology as well as provide starter activities for students.
School and Teacher Discounts
The team at Eduporium creates custom kits and bundles for educators based on their specific needs. You share your goals with the folks at Eduporium and they can create bundles for you. The bundling allows them to provide a school or district with a bunch of similar products at a reduced price. They are super flexible and work with schools to help them meet their goals while honoring their budget.
Eduporium just launched their Educator’s Discount program this month (January 2017). Teachers who create an Eduporium account can sign up for their discount. Then they become eligible for discounts of up to 20% on a lot of their products. They are also given access to exclusive educator content and early access to special teacher deals and promotions.
Visit Eduporium’s website to learn more about this new discount program for educators!
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