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8 Aug

How to Create Inquiry Classrooms to Transcend STEM Education

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The definition of inquiry is to seek truth, knowledge or information through questioning; we do this even before we learn to speak, and we continue seeking and questioning throughout our entire lives. The inquiry-based classroom’s foundation of learning is to use this natural process of questionin...

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5 Aug

Flipped Classroom Meaning for Individualized Learning

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Have you ever looked out over the rows of desks, the faces of the students that are staring back at you with an almost distant look in their eyes and thought, “There’s got to be a better way!”? That way is through flipped instruction, often referred to as the “Flipped Classroom.” Accordin...

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1 Aug

Disruptive Technology Transforms the 21st Century Classroom

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Teachers teach, but technology has changed the way students learn in the 21st century classroom. We can look back 20 years and see how computers paved the way for expansion in science, technology, engineering, and math in schools. It was cutting edge back in the day, but as technology advances, it i...

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31 Jul

CoderZ meetup

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The first Coderz meetup has launched successfully last week. We invite you now to join us in leading STEM Revolution in your environment with our support! Coderz is a powerful, easy to use online platform for teaching in-demand real-world technologies such as object-oriented programming, robotics an...

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30 Jul

5 Best Programming Languages for Kids

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Programming is a great skill for any child to learn and develop. Kids programming basics are something that anyone who will one day work with computers should have a handle on. However, there are so many different kids programming languages, it can be hard to decide which one will be the best to pic...

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28 Jul

May The Code Be With You

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Itwould not be an understatement to say that coding is now the biggest force in STEM education. Back in 1995, in aninterview for Channel 4, SteveJobs said that"Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think”. Some 20 years later we are witnessing...

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25 Jul

Introducing Game Based Elements in Today’s K-12 Classroom

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Too often as adults, we hear things like, “Life isn’t game,” and likely just as many times, we think for a split second that it should be. Research has shown that game-based learning increases the amount of knowledge and skill retained through active participation and experimentation in learni...

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20 Jul

Teach Girls STEM Subjects to Make a Real Difference

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The inherent nature of most girls is to nurture and to make a difference in the lives of others; when you teach girls STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics), you enable them to learn skills and pursue career paths that can change the world. Every day women progress furth...

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15 Jul

Robotics and Math

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The field of robotics is not clearly defined. As a writer and Coderz tester here at Intelitek, I often find myself wondering what exactly robotics is. Is it a science? Is it purely a technology? There are a lot of numbers involved. Perhaps robotics is a subdivision of math? In truth, robotics is s...

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