BONUS - The BeerEDU Podcast & Learning Through Leading

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We had a great chat with Kyle Anderson and Ben Dickson from the BeerEDU Podcast! Check out this BONUS episode as we gear up for Season 2, dropping soon! 


Contact Ben, Kyle, and their podcast:Ben Dickson: Twitter - @bdicksonNV or bdicksonnv.wordpress.comKyle Anderson: Twitter - @AndersonEdTech or www.andersonedtech.netBeerEDU Podcast: Website, Spotify, Anchor, or wherever you get your podcasts!Find us at: @DrNickSutton@YodaMatt68Listen:Visit www.LearningThroughLeading.com and click the Subscribe button to get every episode delivered straight to your inbox! Or check us out on Spotify, Anchor, or wherever you get your podcasts, too!

Luxblox with Mike Acerra

Heather and Mike Acerra

Heather and Mike Acerra are the educational entrepreneurs behind Luxblox, allowing students to explore science, engineering, and design in almost any setting. Luxblox are non-digital high-tech learning tools that enable teachers to approach a multitude of subjects with a hands-on and creative approach. Lux Blox are used in schools, STEAM labs and maker spaces around the globe. Lux Blox are especially popular in Finland and HungaryLux Blox are the featured exhibit at museums around the nation and are part of the permanent exhibit on structures and math at the National Museum of Mathematics in New York City.
In this episode, Mike tells us about how Luxblox can be used in classrooms to support science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics in almost any learning activity.



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  1. Thanks for the great opportunity, you guys. It was a blast talking with you about education and the challenges we face bringing creativity and excitement into the classroom. Keep up the great work! Mike

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