Welcome to the Summer 2017 issue of Turtle Talk, the Terrapin newsletter.
Join us in San Antonio for ISTE 2017
See Terrapin at ISTE!
Terrapin will exhibit at the International Society for Technology in Education conference June 25-28 in San Antonio. Stop by Booth #1162 to say hello, try the robots and Terrapin Logo, share your experiences, and get questions answered.
Terrapin products will also be featured throughout the conference, including
Nikolaos Chatzopoulos is the Director of Innovation at Plato Academy Schools, and founder of the ST4T Conference, held June 7-9 in Clearwater, FL where you can see Nik demonstrate Bee-Bot, Blue-Bot, and Pro-Bot. His enthusiasm for the 'bots is infectious and his creative approach to integrating them within the curriculum provides ideas for other educators to use in their own classrooms.
Not only does Nik enjoy teaching with Terrapin products because they inspire students to teach themselves, he also features them in presentations and workshops on coding, STEM, and technology in the classroom. He says,
"One thing that pleasantly surprises me is that upper elementary and middle school students are able to figure out more advanced functions on their own, without any substantial support from me or their teachers. At times, it seems like they are teaching us!"
Terrapin enjoys working with teachers and schools to make sure orders are processed correctly and delivered promptly.
Need a Quote? Use the Shopping Cart to generate a quote. Choose "Create a Quote" as form of payment and complete the order.
Purchase orders? Yes, Terrapin accepts purchase orders. For fastest service, enter the order online with Purchase Order as form of payment. Then send the PO by email, fax, or mail to get your order on the way.
Online account? An online account makes tracking and adjustments simpler and future orders easier.
Discounts?Terrapin Bundles offer discounts on popular product groupings. Choose Bee-Bots or Blue-Bots for any bundle.
Bee-Bot is a star attraction at the Kids Programming School held June 18 in Tokyo, Japan. The all-day event brings 2nd graders and their parents to Tokyo University to learn coding skills and compete to navigate Bee-Bot around a community route map.
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