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MO-2 STEM-CAM & Scottie Go! Basic

Model: 1386-SGB

  • Scottie Go! BASIC is great for:
  • Introducing mathematics.
  • Following and distinguishing left from right.
  • Developing multisensorial learning through the cardboard tiles.
  • Geographical concepts such as reading a map.
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MO-2 STEM-CAM & Scottie Go! Basic can be used in conjunction with each other to create a fun environment for teaching the basics of coding.

Intuitively designed for the most immersive STEM experience, the MO-2 STEM-CAM opens up a world of endless learning possibilities in the K-12 classroom. The MO-2 is our first Android-based document camera, giving users the ability to browse the web and access educational apps over Wi-Fi or using a wired network connection.

The MO-2 comes with built-in Miracast wireless display connectivity and a built-in battery that enables educators to move about the classroom to directly engage with students without having to be tethered to their desk.

Scottie Go! BASIC is the version of the game dedicated for working with younger children. It contains bigger tiles and a game board designed to let children play the game without the need of an app or a device. 

Pairing an ELMO STEM-CAM with Scottie Go! Basic will create an all-in-one solution to enhance hands-on learning and interactive curriculum in the classroom.

  • Scottie Go! BASIC is great for:
  • Introducing mathematics.
  • Following and distinguishing left from right.
  • Developing multisensorial learning through the cardboard tiles.
  • Geographical concepts such as reading a map.
  • Recognizing cardinal directions, longitudes and latitudes.
  • Abstract thinking.
 
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