3 Rules For Robots: I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That

Kevin Corbett

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Future Tech 2001 3 Laws 3 Laws of Robotics AI artificial intelligence HAL9000 Isaac Asimov Robotics robots“Robotics and AI have become one of the most prominent technological trends of our century. The fast increase of their use and development brings new and difficult challenges to our society”, writes Delvaux.

STEM Education for Future Career Growth: More Essential Than Ever in the 2020’s


STEM is more fundamental and essential than ever Back in 2001, the National Science Foundation introduced the acronym “STEM”, standing for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!]. Future of Education Technology _ Miscellaneous Tools and Topics


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CUE Board Member Spotlight: Lucio Padilla Jr.


Padilla first became acquainted with CUE when he and several of his colleagues attended the Fall CUE Conference in 2001. Lucio Padilla Jr. has spent the last 19 years bringing innovation, EdTech, and CUE to the Imperial Valley in Southern California.

Help Wanted: Ark Builders Needed


Since 2001, the Ford Motor Company’s Next Generation Learning initiative has prepared nearly 20,000 young people for college, careers, lifelong learning and leadership by honing their STEAM skills

What Is Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy?

TeachThought - Learn better.

In 2001, a group The group consisted of “representatives (from) three groups: cognitive psychologists, curriculum theorists and instructional researchers, and testing and assessment specialists” (Anderson & Krathwohl 2001). 2001). What Is Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy?

Digital Learning Theories and Frameworks to Elevate Instruction

Teacher Reboot Camp

According to McIsaac and Gunawardena (2001), we must consider the following four concepts essential to effective distance learning for our students, which are transactional distance, learner control, social context, and interaction. 2001).

Using VR to radically improve learning outcomes

eSchool News

And yet, it has long been reported by Brookings (Loveless, 2008) and others like the Algebra Project (Moses, 2001) that Algebra I is the gatekeeper to higher level math classes, higher education success, and careers in the technical fields. “When will I ever use this?”

A Timeline of Social Studies Education in America


Source Information: 1820s ; 1898 ; 1960 ; 1916 ; 1921 ; 1929 / 1929 ; Late 40s - early 50s ; Late 50s - early 70s / Late 50s - early 70s ; 1965 ; 1980s ; 1983 ; 1994 ; 1999 ; 2001 ; 2005 ; 2010 ; 2013 ; 2012 - 2018 / 2012 - 2018 ; 2020. Design credit: Erin Horlacher. Full sized image here.

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The Impact of Play: A College Researcher's Perspective

Battelle for Kids

As a higher educator, since 2001, I have witnessed quite a shift in our students. Volume 3, Issue 4, Number 2. Driving Question: Where Has All The Play Gone? It's springtime in the mountains. As I sit writing this, I'm wishing I were watching the kids on my street playing outside. But no. I am inside grading papers for my college students. It has me asking "Why?"

Blooms Digital Taxonomy for Android

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

November 4, 2015 Blooms traditional taxonomy which was published sometime in the middle of the last century was revised in 2001 and henceforth was labelled Blooms Revised Taxonomy. This revision is a.read more. blooms taxonomy

Four tips for teaching in uncertain times


2 (2001), [link]. Strategic use of digital tools can help educators who are teaching during uncertain times by providing structure and space for effective learning.

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A Quick Primer on Using Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

Fractus Learning

In 2001, a former student, Lorin Anderson, and colleagues, revised Bloom’s taxonomy initially published in 1956. The goal: To be more user-friendly for teachers to use Bloom’s Taxonomy in the classroom. The original taxonomy was a […]. Classroom Educators

How to help children develop executive functioning skills

eSchool News

Bush signed into law in 2001, schools that did not consistently meet federal standards for proficiencies could face funding cuts. Social studies. Science. There’s no shortage of important topics the U.S. education system imparts on our youth.

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Bigger Conferences, Bigger Challenges


Last year, our Annual Conference was our single largest event since 2001, and we felt it. Written by Mike Lawrence, CEO & Marisol Valles COO/CFO, CUE As educational technology advances and more schools and universities adopt innovative learning solutions, CUE’s events grow and expand. Parking and room space were tight, registration and food lines were longer […]. The post Bigger Conferences, Bigger Challenges appeared first on OnCUE. CUE Conference

How to get the most out of USB-C cables and accessories? 

ViewSonic Education

from 2001. We’re all familiar with USB-A and B, and the quirks of these older technologies, but how to get the most out of USB-C? This mighty cable brings the prospect of true universality much closer, offering greater power, versatility, and data throughput than its predecessors. .

Using Book Creator for Differentiated Learning


Differentiated instruction gives students multiple options for taking in information, making sense of their ideas and then expressing what they know (Tomlinson, 2001). As educators, we understand that our students bring different learner profiles, strengths, challenges, and interests to learning. Meeting student variability and planning differing approaches can be a challenge.

How to Deal with Difficult Parents, Revisited


Building on their 2001 edition of Dealing with Difficult Parents, Todd Whitaker and Douglas J. Fiore offer a valuable resource for professional development, says reviewer Holly Foley, especially when addressing difficult relationships between home and school. Book Reviews Parent Involvement communication difficult parents Douglas J. Fiore eye on education Holly Foley parents Routledge second edition strategies Todd Whitaker

How has the Pandemic Changed EdTech? – SULS0155

Shake Up Learning

While looking for a way to supplement his income, Doug took a summer job working with a friend of a friend who had begun an online school in 2001. The post How has the Pandemic Changed EdTech? – SULS0155 appeared first on Shake Up Learning.

Interview with Noah Geisel, @SenorG: Motivate with Digital Badges!

Teacher Reboot Camp

Noah began his teaching career in 2001 and has worked as a Spanish Teacher, English Teacher, Technology Teacher, EdTech Coach, and Blended Learning Coach. Noah Geisel, @SenorG , is the first person who really taught me about the potential micro-credentials and digital badges have to motivate learners to achieve great things throughout their lives.

How a Professor of Hip-Hop Is Breaking Boundaries With First Peer-Reviewed Rap Album


Back in 2001, Cornel West recorded a hip-hop album as a side project. As a high school student, A.D. Carson dreamed of becoming a professional rapper. And he has done just that—albeit through an unusual route that he hopes will inspire others.

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Understanding, Teaching, and Reaching Digital Native Students—and Digital Native Caregivers


October 2001. Over the past couple of decades, teachers have seen a new generation of students: those who have never known a world without the Internet. Many of them grew up immersed in a digital world. They are the digital natives.

Conflict Resolution Techniques You Can Use in Your Classroom


March 2001. Conflict: It’s great for drama, and an inescapable part of human progress, but it can make for fraught situations in the classroom. Conflict can happen even in the most supportive, positive, and open classrooms, disrupting your students’ ability to learn.

VHS Learning Celebrates Twenty-Year Partnerships with Schools and Educational Consortiums

eSchool News

Catholic Independent Schools, Everett, Massachusetts, joined the VHS Learning network of partners in 2001. Boston – Jan. 27, 2022 – VHS Learning is pleased to celebrate its partnership with four educational organizations that have been with the program for twenty or more years.

#AskExcelinEd: Did you know the iPod was introduced 18 years ago today?


On this day in 2001, Apple introduced the first iPod. It is National iPod Day! Over the past two decades, technology has changed every aspect of our lives. Yet our education system remains stuck in the industrial age. It’s time to transform education for the 21 st century. Join us at #EIE19. “[Our Our world]” is much more productive, much more exciting, much more perilous than the world of just a decade ago. Any yet our education system is an 8-track system living in an iPod world.”.

PROOF POINTS: Researchers blast data analysis for teachers to help students 

The Hechinger Report

That was the idea behind the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. T he numbers were supposed to shed light on what was happening in public schools. It mandated that every third through eighth grade student had to take an annual test to see who was performing at grade level.


Dangerously Irrelevant

Some faculty members are like race horses out of the gate.

MLTI is not a Tech Buy or Commodity. It’s a Learning Initiative.

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The Maine Learning Technology Initiative (MLTI) has been around since 2001, providing 7th & 8th Grade students and teachers with devices and more. Recently a new piece of “Concept Draft” legislation popped up: LD 137: An Act To Make the Maine Learning Technology Initiative More Cost-effective. In so many ways it represents what people don’t understand about MLTI.

Senate to tackle NCLB update

eSchool News

The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee on April 14 is set to begin action on the Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 , a bipartisan agreement touted as a fix to the divisive No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), which in 2001 was the last reauthorization of ESEA. Education Committee will begin reviewing details of a plan to update NCLB.

OPINION: The fight for Black lives needs to happen in schools

The Hechinger Report

A study in The Journal for Community Health found that the rate of death by suicide among Black girls ages 13 to 19 rose 182 percent between 2001 and 2017. As we enter a new era of focusing on mental health, we must prioritize Black young adults. The recent losses of Ian Alexander, Jr.,

Rebecca Solnit and How Pockets of Hope Have Saved America

The Jose Vilson

America had a million chances to get this moment right, including but not exclusive to: 1776, 1863, 1937, 1945, 1964, 2001, 2009, and 2012. In my recent post on Medium , I decided to take a crack at the largesse we call "curriculum" and why textbooks have never been sufficient: While I’ve appreciated the effort to collect resources (see #CharlottesvilleSyllabus from graduate students at the university), I’ve become wary of collecting resources for the sake of collection.

7 things Gen Z students say about educational technology

eSchool News

The survey from online learning service provider Quizlet seeks to outline how teachers and students, including Generation Z students (those born in 2001 or later), feel about technology in their classrooms. Student-teacher interaction is one of the most important things when creating a positive and effective classroom environment–in fact, it ranked higher than educational technology use, according to both teachers and students in a new survey.

Early Edtech Giant PowerSchool Goes Public


Tech giant Apple bought the company in 2001. Companies like to talk about their journey in raising money and growing over time, and one waypost for such journeys is to reach the ringing bells of a stock-market debut. PowerSchool Holdings, Inc.

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Alabama aims for huge pre-K enrollment boost by 2025, despite pandemic setback

The Hechinger Report

Alabama First Class Pre-K began as a pilot program in 2001 to fund public and private preschool classrooms with state grants, although back then, it was called Alabama Voluntary Pre-K.

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Colleges now produce fewer Black graduates in math and engineering

The Hechinger Report

The proportion of bachelor’s degrees in science awarded to Black graduates remained flat at about 9 percent from 2001 to 2016; in engineering, it declined from 5 percent to 4 percent; and in math, it dropped from 7 percent to 4 percent.

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Some teachers get frustrated trying to reach kids. This teacher has the answer.

The CoolCatTeacher

ECM 154: How 30-Year-Teacher James Sturtevant figured out how to relate to most students. Kids don’t get teachers. Teachers don’t get kids. Times change. Life can be hard for some kids. How do we connect when we’re so different? We need trust. We need respect. We need learning to happen. Here’s how. James has taught for thirty years. Although he’s been trained on many tools, James believes most teacher education training misses the point.

Resources for Teachers and Instructional Coaches – April 2022


Teachers want ideas that will enhance interactions with the students they see daily in order to gain personal “mastery experiences” that show they make a difference (Bandura, 2001).

The Value of Listening in the Classroom: How to Teach Your Students Active Listening


Language Arts Journal of Michigan, 2001, 17(2), pp. Here’s a fast fact: over 60% of all misunderstandings come from poor listening and only 1% from poor reading.[11]

More Evidence: Florida Tax Credit Scholarships Boost College Enrollment and Attainment


Launched in 2001, the FTC provides tuition scholarships for low-income families to attend private schools. Children participating in the Florida Tax Credit (FTC) Scholarship Program are more likely than their peers to enroll in college and earn a degree. This according to new research from Matthew Chingos, Tomas Monarrez and Daniel Kuehn of the Urban Institute. It is the largest private school choice program in the country.

3 ways Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers) paved the way for edtech

eSchool News

Regardless of whether Mister Rogers’ puppets, trains, and soothing voice touched your childhood personally, he was inarguably a very “good neighbor” to millions of preschool children during his nearly 40 years of public broadcasting from 1963 to 2001. He explained in an interview with CNN in 2001 that he got into television precisely because he hated television in its original form.

Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with a New Virtual Field Trip hosted by NBC’s Jenna Bush Hager from 9/11 Day and Discovery Education

eSchool News

Developed for students born after September 11, 2001, this experience highlights ways people in the United States came together during and after the terrorist attacks. Silver Spring, Md.