Digital Technology on the Bus

Digital Technology on the Bus

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About the Wriggle Roadcaster

At Wriggle we know that it can be hard to get to explore all of the options that are available to schools to harness the benefits of technology for learning, that’s why we bring all these essential learning tools and training to your door!

Our Wriggle Roadcaster is a 21st Century technology bus built to drive technology in the classroom forward. With a built in Minecraft station, Green Screen and Padcaster dock as well as all the latest in AR, robotics and technology for coding, the Wriggle Roadcaster is designed to make learning with technology fun!

A typical Roadcaster start at 10am and finish by 2/3pm and each group will run for approximately 40 minutes with a maximum of 18 students per group. This number can be extended if we deliver workshops inside the school (See booking consideration). 

We can deliver training or technology workshops to teachers, educators or students on the Roadcaster. Some of the workshops we offer are:

  • Developing 21st Century learning skills through coding using Sphero, Minecraft, Micro:bit, Wonder Workshop or Swift Playgrounds
  • Making learning accessible and engaging for SEN and all school students using built-in tools and features on iPad and Office 365
  • Supporting students to express and assess their learning using CBAs and ePortfolios
  • Developing Higher order thinking skills through Digital Storytelling
  • Getting the full benefit from the Office 365 suite for Learning

For the full range of workshops and training we can deliver to your staff and students on the Roadcaster, download The Wriggle Roadcaster Workshop Menu

Want the Roadcaster to visit your school?

Book before October 11th 2019 and get €100 off your school Roadcaster visit! Follow the link below to take advantage of our back to school offer and book your visit now!


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