Light-up shoes as a way to teach kids to program

Aug 21, 2012

PEEKING INTO THE FUTURE: Stanford University recently hosted its 2012 Learning, Design, and Technology Expo where we got a sneak peek at the inspirational projects that graduate students there have done. Take a look at light-up shoes that teach kids programming, iOS games for autistic children, video instruction for teaching English expressions and a vocational training program that uses the Microsoft Kinect. LDT graduates often do big things (one even works at EdSurge!) and specialize in taking creative edtech approaches to knotty educational issues. Check out our video here!

Light-up shoes as a way to teach kids to program

Aug 21, 2012

PEEKING INTO THE FUTURE: Stanford University recently hosted its 2012 Learning, Design, and Technology Expo where we got a sneak peek at the inspirational projects that graduate students there have done. Take a look at light-up shoes that teach kids programming, iOS games for autistic children, video instruction for teaching English expressions and a vocational training program that uses the Microsoft Kinect. LDT graduates often do big things (one even works at EdSurge!) and specialize in taking creative edtech approaches to knotty educational issues. Check out our video here!

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