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District Tinker-Fests and Hackathons Rev Up Student Interest in STEM Education

EdTech Magazine

In every direction, robots are dancing, racing or manipulating objects, as servo motors whir and LED lights glow. . We felt like the community needed to see what our students are capable of doing with coding and robotics,” Land says. “It’s Robotics Offers Hands-on Pathway to Coding.

STEM Helps Students Launch into the Future

EdTech Magazine

In fact, according to a 2017 report by Dell , 85 percent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. MORE FROM EDTECH: See how K–12 schools and companies are partnering to prepare their students for a digitally driven workforce!

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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. Of all the issues and trends in edtech these days, she says automation is one of the most pressing—and one that all educators should be thinking about. 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.

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

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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. Education Technology Investors Edtech Business

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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. MORE FROM EDTECH: Check out how teachers can redesign their lesson plans to prepare their students for the future.

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PiDay Source: [link] pic.twitter.com/R4hjfke2Ku — Federal Student Aid (@FAFSA) March 14, 2018. Perhaps it should go in the “robots” section. Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. From Cambridge University : “ Professor Stephen Hawking 1942 - 2018.”

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At least some people heard her message: #BeBest [link] — Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) May 10, 2018. Some of the stories are in the “robots” section below.). ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. At #nsvfsummit Stacey Childress repeats made-up statistic that 'well over half' the jobs of 2030 do not exist yet. Details on the root of this fake stat [link] — Matt Barnum (@matt_barnum) May 9, 2018.

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SeanMcElwee) April 11, 2018. ” (Note: there’s a response to this article by Georgia Tech professor Ashok Goel, who builds teaching chat-bots, in the “robots” section below. ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. As The Financial Times puts it , “EdTech fails to pay, again.” Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles.

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Hack Education

” Via EdScoop : “Two edtech champions to join White House offices as fellows.” 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.” ” Getting Smart’s Tom Vander Ark on a new report from Pearson : “ The Future of Skills : Employment in 2030.”