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From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes: Three Myths about Education Technology and Equity

November 14, 2017

The first is that technology has the capacity to disrupt systems. For all the hope and hype that technologies can enable major organizational changes in educational systems through personalization, unbundling, or information access, the reality is that culture domesticates new technologies.

How a STEM/STEAM Education Prepares Children for Future Success

November 14, 2017

STEM/STEAM education is built around the premise that to effectively teach a growing mind, it is critical to present areas of learning as a whole or the total sum of their parts. As an applied hands-on approach to learning, it instills valuable life skills such as creative problem-solving, critical thinking, and an expansive world view.

Air Force general says China is advancing in space five times as fast as the US

November 13, 2017

Air Force Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast believes a "Kitty Hawk" moment will begin a new era in space. But while the U.S. still leads every other country in space, Kwast cautions that the edge is whittling away. "In my best military judgment, China is on a 10-year journey to operationalize space. We're on a 50-year journey," Kwast told CNBC.

Forget Compatibility, Mobile Only Learning Is Coming

November 13, 2017

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.

Three Simple Habits To Guarantee Innovation Every Day

November 13, 2017

In our hectic daily lives, there’s not much room for innovation. Through trial and error as well as using some good old-fashioned common sense, I have found three simple habits to guarantee innovation every day. As a professional development coach, it’s important that I find space for innovation so I can share transformational techniques with my clients.

Are Science Fairs Worth All That Trouble? Study Seeks Some Answers

November 13, 2017

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.

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