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Speaking Up About Simulation

The importance of bringing learners to places where they normally wouldn’t be. GUEST COLUMN | by Len Scrogan Simulation [sim-yuh-ley-shuh n] – An interactive experience that imitates, models, or replicates more complex phenomena. For nearly twenty-five years, I have been teaching with simulation. In … Continue reading

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Disrupting Your Revolutionizing

Three key questions early edtech should address. GUEST COLUMN | by Rich Yang There has been dramatic growth, adoption, and innovation in the edtech space. Many educational companies tout digital products like virtual reality, assessments, even entire new digital platforms … Continue reading

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Attempt Your Moonshot

We need a new plan for education, and we’re closer than we think. GUEST COLUMN | by Sylvain Kalache I’d like to share with you the story of how I went from LinkedIn employee to making a contribution to planetary … Continue reading

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Meeting in the Middle

Innovative ways for underrepresented and underprivileged students to access STEM. GUEST COLUMN | by Frank McCallum There are plenty of conversations and predictions about the economy of tomorrow, but leaders and influencers agree that honing future workers’ STEM interest and … Continue reading

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Stealth Students

Using technology to engage with those elusive, would-be applicants. GUEST COLUMN | by Lauren Mead The rise of “stealth students” – those elusive, unknown would-be applicants whose first contact with a school’s admissions department is when they submit an application … Continue reading

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