Playground Displays

SXSWedu is pleased to include the following Displays in the 2015 Playground. Spend some time in the Playground during the event visiting these interactive displays to explore and discover new learning pursuits in maker, STEM education, gaming, arts, accessibility and more!

Playground Displays showcase effective learning approaches with an emphasis on innovation through discovery-based learning. This creative and high-energy space provides a platform for organizations to engage with attendees through these stationary displays that remain active for the duration of the Playground at SXSWedu 2015.

Playground Display Hours

Monday, March 9 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Tuesday, March 10 10:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday, March 11 10:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday, March 12 9:00am - 12:00pm

Displays

3Doodler

New York, New York
Join the 3Doodler team to get hands-on with the newest version of the world's first 3D-printing pen and learn how it can fit in your curriculum.


Amazing Grace Christian School

Amazing Grace Christian School

Seattle, Washington
Play with AGCS educator/researcher, students and Table Top Inventing. Spark ideas for guiding students to become learning designers through Portal 2, Corinth augmented reality apps that print 3D objects, arduinos, and tools like OneNote and Sway!


AnimAction, Inc.

Los Angeles, California
Produce animation with AnimAction! Using our mobile animation studio we will demonstrate our process hands-on. Attendees can also become participants—spend a few minutes with us and produce a few seconds of animation or spend all day with us.


Ardusat

Sandy, Utah
We will display our 3D model of the cubesats that are sent out to space with all of our sensors where students can run earth-based experiments. We have canned experiments like a G-Force measurement tool that students can run at the playground. Our display will be filled with Arduinos, sensors, and satellite materials to run their own scientific experiment and give them the hands-on STEM experience.


Austin's Ed Gaming Community

Austin, Texas
Display/play area for video games created or enhanced during the White House/U.S. Dept. of Education Game Jam. Attendees will be able to play games that were created or enhanced during the 48-hour hack-a-thon event.


blink blink

New York, New York
blink blink Creative Circuit kits provide girls with all of the materials to make 10+ arts, crafts, and fashion projects with technology. Attendees can explore and play with the materials in the kit and build their own DIY wearable tech piece.


Centre Edouard Branly

Paris, France
CineTools is an open toolbox that enables teachers to use movies in the classroom or via a mooc/spoc program. You can select movies from our database, cut & paste and create mashups. You can also add comments and share your experimentations.


CoderDojo

CoderDojo

Dublin, Ireland
Visit CoderDojo, a global community of free programming clubs for young people ages 7-17, who will be showcasing their work. You can get a taste of what it's like to attend CoderDojo and learn your first lines of code by taking part in a live Dojo!


Decoding Dyslexia

Austin, Texas
Experience Dyslexia from two perspectives, a dyslexia classroom simulation and assistive technology available today. We will also have examples of instructional techniques that are proven to be effective for all learners.


Digital Media Academy

Digital Media Academy

Silicon Valley, California
Digital Media Academy is a technology education company that empowers the next generation of makers. Come sample some of our hands-on activities in Programming, 3D Printing & Modeling, Game Design, Minecraft, Robotics, Animation, and more!


GENYOUth Foundation

New York, New York
GENYOUth's social entrepreneurship program, AdVenture Capital enables students to create and own healthy change in their schools and communities. Hear from students who are making change happen.


Jacob Burns Film Center

Pleasantville, New York
Come and play with an exciting, interactive, and free feature of the new JBFC website. View Now Do Nows are short viewing and media making opportunities that can be done in or out of the classroom, each with a strong focus on an ELA literacy concept.


Kahoot!

London, United Kingdom
A chance for both existing and new Kahooters to meet! Play games, get tips on how to embed Kahoot! in class & discover alternative ways to use it. We're flying over from Europe. Join us to help unlock the magic of learning & create classroom heroes!


LEGO Education

Billund, Denmark
A playful learning experience awaits with LEGO Education! Witness how a unique learning approach in all subjects from STEM to humanities, language and literacy, along with relevant curriculum and a creative teaching approach can make every student a success!


National Writing Project

Berkeley, California
Educators from the National Writing Project have been leading an open online collaboration called Making Learning Connected, known as CLMOOC. Play with us in CLMOOC-ish ways and explore Connected Learning as well as the Educator Innovator Initiative.


New York Hall of Science

New York, New York
NYSCI presents mobile tools and curricula for playful STEM learning. Explore creative digital tools and compelling design-based projects for middle school math and science, from photo mashups for fractions to playground experiences for physics.


Rigamajig

Rigamajig

Washington, DC
Join KaBOOM! in playing, building, and tinkering with Rigamajig, an innovative large-scale building kit for kids of all ages. Curriculum suggestions, a video of Rigamajig in use, and information about purchasing and grants are also available.


Sunset Spark

Brooklyn, New York
Come by our display to see video games, toys, and wearable tech created by our members. We'll also help you brainstorm to start developing unique science and technology classes to help engage your community using local resources.


VidCode

VidCode

New York, New York
Participants will discover ways to integrate computer programming with teenagers' interests in art, digital media, and theatre. There will be a stop-motion station to learn the basics of JavaScript by coding video effects.


YOXO

St. Paul, Minnesota
Can you build a 12 foot tower out of toilet paper tubes? YOXO challenges you to push the limits of your imagination and discover your inner engineer using eco-friendly, USA made YOXO building links along with household maker materials.