Teachers and students say they can’t get enough of it.
They are raving about “zSpace”, an interactive learning tool that converts a classroom into a virtual world of learning that redefines a hands-on experience.
Shaw Heights Middle School has taken the lead in piloting the use of zSpace in the classroom and it will soon be appearing in middle school classrooms across the district. District leaders invested in the technology before the arrival of COVID-19, but the rollout was delayed because of the pandemic.
The platform can be used for all kinds of instruction, but it is an especially powerful tool for science students.
What’s Up WPS visited teacher Abbey Langerack and her science class to learn about zSpace.