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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

The report notes that by 2020 rapid technological change will make more than a third of the skills considered important in today’s workforce obsolete. Along with more time, the technology gives students more scope, Noah says.

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

EdTech Magazine

science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education is put into action. In every direction, robots are dancing, racing or manipulating objects, as servo motors whir and LED lights glow. . 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. It’s a culmination of robotics and programming being taught at every grade level. STEM Helps Students Launch into the Future. eli.zimmerman_9856.

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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. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology who has been championing digital learning since long before the term “digital learning” was being thrown around—back when she was still a classroom teacher in Alaska. I think we also can leverage the power of communication technologies. Education Technology EdSurge Podcast Community

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

EdTech Magazine

The evolution of society and technology places tremendous demands on K–12 leaders , and yet this same challenge can yield immense satisfaction. The extent of change that we’ll see from robotics, artificial intelligence and the like is both incredible and unsettling.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. PiDay Source: [link] pic.twitter.com/R4hjfke2Ku — Federal Student Aid (@FAFSA) March 14, 2018. Perhaps it should go in the “robots” section.

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Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. ” The Washington Post claims that , “2018 has been deadlier for schoolchildren than deployed service members.” ” Speaking of predictions about the “future of work,” Campus Technology says that “ Skills Deficit Will Imperil U.S. Economy by 2030.” ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction.

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Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. 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.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. SeanMcElwee) April 11, 2018. ” Via MIT Technology Review : “ DNA tests for IQ are coming, but it might not be smart to take one.” ” Via Campus Technology : “ NYC Data Science Academy Launches Online Bootcamp.” ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction.

The looming decline of the public research university

The Hechinger Report

Four floors above a dull cinder-block lobby in a nondescript building at Ohio State University, the doors of a slow-moving elevator open on an unexpectedly futuristic 10,000-square-foot laboratory bristling with technology. China could catch up by 2030 based on current trends.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

“ Can Technology-augmented Academic Advising Improve College Graduation Rates? Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” Via Getting Smart : “Using Robots to Teach Elementary Students About Human Nature.” ” A new report from Data & Society : “ Privacy, Security, and Digital Inequality – How Technology Experiences and Resources Vary by Socioeconomic Status, Race, and Ethnicity.” (National) Education Politics.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” Via Bklyner.com : “ Brooklyn Public Library and Bard College to Offer Free College Degree Programs in 2018.” ” Another Duke story – The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at the school’s Technology Scholars Project: “ Steering More Women to Silicon Valley.” Rasmussen College is expanding its CBE program, Campus Technology reports. ” asks MIT Technology Review. But anyway… Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF.