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3 ways

your classroom can
become a space station,
a nature preserve,
and a launchpad
for whatever comes next
Create, question, experiment, and grow—it’s more than just a list of fun things. It’s a list of ways we learn, ways we teach, and ways we discover the world. Learning happens on campuses and inside buildings, but it doesn’t have to stay that way. See how digital learning can take your class beyond the walls.

Hands on: Experiments and experts

It’s hard not to be engaged when you’re physically part of a lesson, designing it and testing it out. Now add in a few experts.
Imagine having a NASA scientist turn your physics course into a space station for a day, demonstrating and leading a science experiment. Or collaborating with a bear researcher from the Arctic to study changes in population and habitat, or meeting with a top mathematician who transforms your classroom walls into chalkboards full of unsolved challenges.
With Cisco video technology, your students get to interact in real time with the subject they’re learning about and the experts who work with that subject every day.

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Gamify: Who wants to play?

It’s such a big part of how we learn and grow that we play games as kids, teenagers, and adults.
Imagine connecting with a school across the country, where each class provides clues and helps each other learn different aspects of a subject. Or collaborating with campuses halfway around the world to brainstorm brand new ideas and solutions to a problem.
Video technology opens up opportunities to align curriculums, share, encourage, and collaboratively work with students anywhere in the world.

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Expand: Adapt and connect.

The world is constantly changing. So are your students, and so are you.
Imagine if your classroom could adapt and grow as well. Offer unique courses and resources that personalize your students’ learning experience. Connect with students who can’t be in the classroom, and connect students in class with the resources they want to explore.
Video technology makes interactions feel like they’re in person, so students anywhere can experience the same kind of connection they do in their classes. And it makes more classes and resources available no matter where students are.

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