I’ve written about the RM Future Learning Spaces Exhibition before and over the past few years I have been lucky to visit it twice at the BETT Show in London and also pay a visit to the RM Real Centre in Abingdon.
What I liked about the things on display is that there was a good mix between expensive and non-expensive items. There is also a good mix between items to improve the aesthetics of a learning space, items to improve the flexibility of a learning space, hardware and software.
I’ve listed some of the hardware and software products that were on display in the future learning space exhibition below:
1) Multi-touch LCD Screens - this one showing Microsoft Surface Globe (yes, you don't have to have surface to run this great free package - remember Windows 7 supports multi touch).
2) Lego Mind-storm - some very cool robots that children can make do wonderful things!
7) A wall that you can write on....
10) Talking Products - I just love them - minimum spend and maximum impact (more information here).