Evolution is everything in education. As our world continues to change, particularly the use of technology, so too should the way we teach students about the world. Education is important for many reasons, including understanding what the real issues are in regards to sustainability. There’s a lot of noise online — we’re constantly bombarded with fake news and unsubstantiated claims.
What have in common the founders of Amazon and Google? Why are people with these kinds of abilities and skills leading the way our world works nowadays? How did they become the innovators they are, and what was the environment that helped them develop that praiseworthy way of thinking that is, actually, changing the world? Well, the answer is very
Fact: Robotics is an amazing way to teach our students a number of disciplines. Through learning of robotics, and through participation in different available robotics competitions, teachers can deliver STEM knowledge and help students strengthen their 21st-century skills and abilities. We know, this sounds amazing but putting it into practice can be extremely challenging for administrators, superintendents, principals, and of
Do you remember that a long time ago we wrote about the giants who are in the race to teach coding for kids? Well, in this opportunity we decided to go one step forward and speak about some very big players from different industries who are aiming to take education to levels we’ve never seen before. As we’ve mentioned in
Many times we’ve written about wonderful women who’ve changed the world. Since we’ve seen the energy of so many female students in the numerous CRCC’s we’ve done all across the world, we wanted to, once again, dedicate an article to women. We wanted to speak about these 4 phenomenal women who did, or are doing, amazing stuff in the fields