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Kinders Can Code — Featuring the Voices of Lisa Guardino & Shea Smith

CUE

But soon after October’s CUE Primary in San Jose, CA, a new adventure made its way to sacred circle time – programming BeeBot Robots. The BeeBot is a small, friendly robot that the students can learn to program. Flourish in 2030. Our kindergarteners will graduate in 2030.

Can Creativity Be Taught?

Digital Promise

In fact, 85 percent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet, says a report by the Institute for the Future and a panel of 20 tech, business, and academic experts from around the world.

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How Do You Prepare Students for Jobs That Don’t Exist Yet? Karen Cator Has Some Ideas.

Edsurge

There is a lot of talk these days about robots replacing humans in the workforce, but those conversations remain largely abstract. A lot of people say that by 2030, when our current kindergartners are high school graduates, automation will have phased out many career paths that are available today. Some of the research by the McKinsey Global Institute says that by 2030 the transitions will be challenging, the transitions to different kinds of jobs.

K–12 Educators Embrace Ingenuity and Adaptation to Prepare Students for the Future

EdTech Magazine

The extent of change that we’ll see from robotics, artificial intelligence and the like is both incredible and unsettling. Some deliver hands-on experience in areas such as robotics and coding. K–12 Educators Embrace Ingenuity and Adaptation to Prepare Students for the Future.

The Past Decade Forecasts a New Wave of Economic Opportunity in Education

Edsurge

Since 2018, she has been a partner at Learn Capital, a venture capital fund focused on the global education sector. According to Dell Technologies and the Institute for the Future, 85 percent of the jobs in 2030 don’t exist yet.

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” Also via NPR : “‘I Hope This Will Set A Precedent,’ Says Trans Teen Who Won Case Over Bathroom Access.” ” The Washington Post claims that , “2018 has been deadlier for schoolchildren than deployed service members.” Economy by 2030.” ” From the Google blog : “ Google Science Fair 2018 : Resources for educators to get ideas flowing.” ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction.

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SeanMcElwee) April 11, 2018. Via Inside Higher Ed : “The governor of Virginia has approved a bill requiring all public higher education institutions in the state to take steps to adopt open educational resources – freely accessible and openly copyrighted educational materials.” ” (Note: there’s a response to this article by Georgia Tech professor Ashok Goel, who builds teaching chat-bots, in the “robots” section below.

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’” Via Education Week : “ FCC Seeks Comment on Access to WiFi for Schools and Libraries.” Via the Future of Privacy Forum : “ Law Enforcement Access to Student Records : What Is the Law?” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” Via Getting Smart : “Using Robots to Teach Elementary Students About Human Nature.” From the World Bank blog : “A crisis in learning : 9 charts from the 2018 World Development Report.”

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” Via Bklyner.com : “ Brooklyn Public Library and Bard College to Offer Free College Degree Programs in 2018.” ” Inside Higher Ed looks at “ inclusive access ,” which is a very misleading way of saying you’re forcing everyone to buy the course materials or digital textbooks thru a fee tacked on to tuition. “ Tech is making ed more inclusive, accessible to students with special needs,” says Education Dive.