Embodied Learning with ICC-Education

28 January

SMALLab Learning LLC, a leader in embodied learning, and ICC-Education, a provider of total Education technology solutions and services, have been working together to bring SMALLab and Flow to the Middle East.

Fraction Action in Arabic

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ICC-Education, a member of the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), works with all education sectors improving learning and teaching by advancing the effective use of technology from primary to college and university level.

SMALLab with ICC-Education will be able to bring interactive and embodied learning environments to  Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain.

ICC-Education believes SMALLab and Flow learning environments can help open pathways to new perspectives on the world that can lead to innovation, personal and social change. The blend of technology and embodied learning using motion capture technology can engage students in new and revolutionary ways.

SMALLab Learning offers two environments, SMALLab and Flow, with a diverse and continually growing library of embodied learning scenarios that cover a broad range of topics across all grade levels including physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, English language arts, and the performing arts. SMALLab Learning maintains an open-source software development kit that allows students, teachers, and 3rd party developers to create new scenarios.

Flow brings embodied learning to any existing Interactive Whiteboard or projection surface using Microsoft’s Kinect motion-capture camera technology. Flow is designed to get students playfully engaged – and physically moving as they learn. Students use their hands and bodies to interact with dynamic learning content in real 3D space. They work collaboratively to create and to manipulate images, sounds, text, and graphics.

SMALLab uses 12 motion-capture cameras to track students’ movements as they learn in an immersive, interactive space. Students can hear the sounds of their actions getting faster, see graphs that change in real time, and feel how their bodies move through the space.

If you are interested in SMALLab products and services in the Middle East, please contact Wajeeh Hallaj, Business Development Manager, +966 535488157, wajeeh@icceducation.net.