Tag Archives: STEM

Global Connections

Tips for success in linking students to experts worldwide. GUEST COLUMN | by Hayley Hutchinson The days of hoping to convince experts to come to the school in person and speak to students, or begging for field trip funding are … Continue reading

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A Vision of STEM Education in 2025

Teaching and learning with digital teaching platforms and immersive authentic simulations. GUEST COLUMN | by Chris Dede  Editor’s note: The following is based on what was originally a thought piece for the U.S. Department of Education STEM Workshop March 15-16, … Continue reading

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Good Marks for TenMarks

Now an Amazon company, their GM says they’re still an edtech startup at heart. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Rohit Agarwal spent his early childhood years in India, where math is a strong focus of education. “I realized the value … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | MobyMax Cognitive Skills Science

K-8 Cognitive Skills Science curriculum by MobyMax is based on transformative Touch Curriculum technology, which uses over 20,000 interactive manipulatives to engage students on a deeper level than traditional curriculum. Rather than simply reading textbook pages, Touch Curriculum gives students an immersive … Continue reading

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A Planet Like No Other

Conservationist and former Nat Geo exec brings students exploration close-up. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Tim Kelly had a “wonderful” 30 years at National Geographic, where he was able to work with explorers and scientists, and (in his own words) … Continue reading

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