Innovator's Corner

"Implementing, enhancing and supporting technology to provide equitable access for all innovative learners. "

Lethbridge Schools are always experimenting with new tools that spark creativity and enhance curriculum. Below are just some of the innovative tools that have been recently added to our schools' classrooms and learning commons spaces. 

Microsoft Surface Studio is a new category of device, designed to put you at the center of the creative process. Turn your desk into a Studio. Schools can sign out the Studio from the technology department. If you would like to book the studio please contact

The first-of-its-kind virtual reality platform developed by HTC and Valve for total immersion in virtual worlds. Using a headset and wireless controllers, you can now explore and interact with VR experiences, apps that blur the lines between imagination and reality. If you would like to reserve it please contact 

The Revolution is not the only 3D printer being used in the Lethbridge School district, but it is the newest. You can see the printer in action by contacting (AKA Fish)


The  Padcaster is a complete turnkey system that makes filming your projects a breeze. It’s the perfect product for endless activities including digital storytelling, professional video, morning announcements, green screen projects, sporting events, concerts, plays, graduation ceremonies, school meetings, live stream events, CCTV, news & journalism clubs and classroom instruction. A Padcaster and Ipad have been purchased for each school in Lethbridge 51 so keep an eye open for some great videos. 


Come and meet mBot at Victoria Park High School, a friendly entry-level robot for every child! Unleash their imagination and make mBot come alive with simple drag and drop programming blocks. To learn more about the mBot please contact

The SMART 7000 series is the digital heart of the interactive classroom experience, connecting SMART Boards and software, devices and vibrant imaginations. It helps students discover talents and passions, and teachers to promote student achievement in exciting new ways. The SMART 7000 has been added to the learning commons space at Coalbanks elementary. If you would like to learn more  about the board please contact


NewTek TriCaster Portable Live Production System, mix video & audio, add graphics and special effects with virtual sets. The TriCaster is already hard at work at Wilson Middle school.more  about the TriCaster please contact

Historica Canada along with SESQUI Inc. has delivered FREE virtual reality viewers to all Lethbridge students grades 7 and up. Schools either choose to keep these viewers as reusable teaching tools or sent them home with the students. To learn more about the project please visit

Lego WeDo 2.0 technology is being introduced and utilized currently at Coalbanks Elementry School.  Lego WeDo can help educators teach science and engineering to students. To learn more about the Lego WeDo Kits please contact 

Educators are loving Minecraft for education and it currently is being used at G.S. Lakie Middle School and Chinook High School. This is not your regular Minecraft but an education version designed for teachers to teach computer codding and curriculum. To learn more visit