Forget Compatibility, Mobile Only Learning Is Coming
Learners, they reason, want to be able to access educational material and resources whenever they can grab a few minutes of free time. They want to be able to study on the train, during their lunch break, in bed, in the elevator. But some adventurous eLearning innovators have gone a step sideways. Instead of designing their material for any device, they’re choosing just one. Mobile only education technology is springing up as the latest attempt to bring eLearning to everyone.
Are Science Fairs Worth All That Trouble? Study Seeks Some Answers
It's something of a rite of passage for middle school students (and parents) to struggle with musical water glasses, baking soda volcanoes, sprouting yams, and red cabbage indicators in the science fair. Surprisingly, we don't actually know a ton about how (or whether) the fairs help to improve student achievement or interest in science.
8 data science bootcamps to boost your career
Businesses increasingly rely on data analytics to inform everything from daily operations to customer service to marketing initiatives. As a result, data science has become a hot skill in high demand across a broad range of industries. And bootcamps are great way to hone data science skills, get up to speed on the latest data science trends, shift your career path or create greater job security within your industry.
Solving the Work Force's Skills Gap
To close the skills gap and provide long-term employability, we in higher education must continue to offer a broad-based education in which digital skills are not developed within a single set of courses, but rather throughout the entire curriculum and the wider array of co-curricular experiences.
Girl Scouts Launches Initiative to Put 2.5 Million girls through STEM Programs by 2025
President Donald J. Trump Proclaims November 12 through November 18, 2017, as American Education Week
During American Education Week, we recognize that the foundation of the American Dream is a quality education that instills lifelong skills and develops strong character. All our Nation's children deserve the chance to be successful, to live fulfilling lives, and to give back to our communities. As parents, teachers, and advocates, we recommit to ensuring that all children in America have a meaningful opportunity to harness their full potential.
Congress encourages girls to pursue STEM jobs
In many cases, the aerospace industry is still a primarily male-dominated field. As of last year, one-third of NASA’s employees were women, according to an article by SiliconANGLE. With a new piece of legislation, Congressman Steve Knight (R-Palmdale) and Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty (D-Connecticut) hope to encourage more women to enter jobs in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field.
Interactive Blocks for Kids Use Mixed Reality to Teach STEM Skills
Logitow is an interactive smart tool for kids aged 3 to 12, made up of smart building blocks combined with a powerful app that bridges the gap between the screen and reality. Logitow uses mixed reality and the smart building blocks to build anything a child can imagine. As the creations take shape, the model becomes a 3D animation mirrored on-screen and real-time, integrating the virtual world and real world.
Congress Urged to Invest in Blue-Collar STEM Jobs
Automation and other technological advancements threaten to put good-paying jobs further out of reach for marginalized groups unless more investments are made in preparing students for “Blue-Collar STEM” jobs, panelists convened Tuesday on Capitol Hill said.
Former NASA Astronaut on a mission to expose kids to STEM
"It's really about our future. We count on the innovations in STEM fields to better our lives," said Dr. Jemison. "Information technologies and personalized medicine, apps and different materials, they all help to change our lives. So we need to make sure we're making that investment into the future so we can continue to advance."