Check the Visual Media Catalog for a full list of technology kits.
Technology Kits can be booked for up to 5 days. Please call us to make your reservation 720-886-7080. The kits can be picked up from the District Library, which is located in the:
Student Achievement Resource Center
14188 E. Briarwood Ave., Centennial CO 80112
8 AM – 4 PM Monday – Friday, Year-Round
Caddie Buddy iPad Mount
4 in 1 iPad Mount- Clamp it, Stand it, Mount it on a tripod or clamp it to your desk.
Google Cardboard Kits
Virtual reality is gaining momentum and credibility in pop culture, business and education. Google Cardboard has the potential to transform learning by providing opportunities for students to participate in virtual realities to see, hear, discover and engage in the world around them. Cardboard makes it possible to interact in a global society, explore artifacts, museums, college campuses, historical landmarks and experience a new dimension of journalistic storytelling. The Google Cardboard Kits come with 12 Cardboards, phones (either iphone or android), charging cords, and instructions. Teachers can order Google Cardboard by phone from the District Library. Check the Visual Media Catalog for a full list of kits, and the link to the Google Cardboard instructions.
Links and articles about virtual reality:
From CCSD's Instructional Technology Blog is an article about using the Google Cardboards at Black Forest Hills.
An article that discusses VR in the classroom Future or Fad.pdf? by entrsekt, Jan 2017, pp. 24-29.
Green Screen Kit
Create Hollywood style movies in your classroom using the Green Screen Kit. It comes with green fabric, frame to hang the fabric, two light diffusion umbrellas, two light stands with bulbs. You just need to add a green screen or Chroma Key app to a phone or tablet and you are all set.
Panoramic Digital Camera
Capture spherical images and videos – Easily capture and share everything in your environment with the Theta S. Featuring a twin-lens folded-optical system, view and share completely spherical images.
Swivl - Video & Audio Capture
Swivl rotates to follow the teacher and record video and audio. Some uses:
Self-Reflection – Teachers record video to review and reflect on their own.
PLC Collaboration – Get collective feedback from a group of trusted peers to accelerate learning.
Informal Observations – Teacher driven video observations shared with peers for collective feedback.
Remote Learning – Distance learning for homebound or remote students.
Classroom Audio – When connected to a speaker, Swivl uses the teacher microphone to project classroom audio.
Student Use – Record student projects for in-class presentations and evaluations.
Assessments – Use Swivl to perform unbiased formative assessments for new or current teachers.
Flipped Class – Upload, annotate and dialogue with students about any video content, not just your own.