Press

27
Jun

SmartBrief : Crossing the chasm to 21st-century skills and careers

Teachers can use technology to help prepare students for the jobs of the future, according to Carolyn Thomas. In this blog post, Thomas shares six steps to teach skills that students need for 21st-century skills and careers, such as by making STEM lessons collaborative and interesting to students. Read the full article  
25
Jun

SETDA Announces 2020 Cohort of Emerging Partners Offering Wide Variety of K-12 Education Technology Solutions

he State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA), today announced its seventh annual cohort of Emerging Private Sector Partners. “These partners will help our state leaders to understand the newest edtech innovations in ways that directly support our mission to improve education through technology policy and practice,” said Candice Dodson, Executive Director of SETDA, which represents U.S. State and Territorial digital
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16
Apr

The Journal: Inside the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition

Coding competitions drive critical thinking and help students develop workforce skills. Here’s a look inside the recent state finals for the New Hampshire Cyber Robotics Coding Competition, held at the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham. Dennis Pierce Read the full Article

8
Apr

DA: Intelitek Releases White Paper on How to Make STEM Part of the Mainstream Curriculum

The modern workforce needs people with STEM competencies in almost every industry, but many educators are trying to figure out how to effectively deliver a STEM education that makes students truly 21st century ready. Intelitek has released a new white paper, “Crossing the Chasm to Mainstream STEM Education,”that addresses misconceptions about STEM learning and explains how to use technology to

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8
Apr

EdCircuit: How to Engage More Girls in Coding

Women occupy only one-fourth of the coding jobs in the United States. Here’s how schools can help change that. by Dennis Pierce. Read the full article

29
Mar

BRING THE EXCITEMENT OF LEARNING STEM AND CODING TO ALL STUDENTS WITH CYBER ROBOTIC TRAINING CAMPS

April issue of Tech & Learning magazine (Page 14) By Ben Smith is Supervisor of Educational Technology at Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 in New Oxford, PA. How robotics training camps can help engage students and get them interested in technical education and careers. Read more