Atlanta, GA, January 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Every year thousands of educators, administrators and technology directors convene at FETC (Future of Education Technology Conference) to explore and discover the latest innovations and teaching practices in EdTech; making FETC 2016 the place to be for exhibitors. With over 400 exhibitors present at FETC, the Florida Education Matters e-magazine listed Zyrobotics and ten other companies as a “must see” on their choice booth recommendation list for FETC 2016.
Zyrobotics was delighted to be selected as a "must see" booth by the Florida Education Matters editorial team. Although Zyrobotics is a newcomer to the booming EdTech industry, they are catching the attention of EdTech community leaders by providing real solutions to educational divides that exist within the education system.
Their latest innovation, the Zumo Learning System, helps bridge a gap between young learners and math education through tactile-based learning. The Zumo Learning System enables children of all abilities to engage with motivating and fun educational technology through a plush turtle controller. The e-learning system is equipped with STEM-focused apps that provide teachers with common core approved curriculum.
Dr. MacCalla, CEO of Zyrobotics appreciates the acknowledgement from Florida Education Matters and hopes to continue developing educational technologies that align with their mission— “Freedom through Technology”. The universality and accessibility of the Zumo Learning System encourage an inclusive classroom where children of all abilities can reach their academic goals.
Zyrobotics, LLC is an inclusive technology company based in Atlanta. Founded in 2013 as a Georgia Tech Venturelab spin-off company, our mission is to enable freedom through technology by developing products that are adaptive to each’s capabilities. For children, our products uniquely enable accessible play. Zyrobotics’ first product offerings include switch-to-tablet interactive toys, interactive robots, and a suite of switch accessible apps specially designed for therapy and education.