K–12 Teachers Use Virtual and Augmented Reality Platforms to Teach Coding

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Since 1990, jobs in science, technology, engineering and math have grown by 79 percent , and are expected to grow an additional 13 percent by 2027 , according to a 2018 Pew Research Center survey. . Technology Companies Invest in AR and VR Education Apps.

Girls Who Code Founder Awarded McGraw Education Prize

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And there are so many more companies out there. It's such an honor to be in the company of people who have made such a difference in our world by recognizing the power and the potential of our children. I’ve been in the company of amazing young women who are building incredible ideas and products to make our world better. Here’s a silly example: I have the new Apple EarPods. That’s a trite example but you see it in so many other big ways, too.

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'Robots Are Coming For Your Children'

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In November, Bloomberg reported that WeWork , a co-working space startup that acquired both the coding bootcamp Flatiron School and the meet-up company MeetUp this year, planned to open a private K–12 school in one of its facilities. ” “Children are ready to start creating their life’s work when they’re 5,” WeWork co-founder Rebekah Neumann told Fast Company. It simply said “leadership changes” at the company prompted the decision.

Education Technology and the 'New Economy'

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” Note the significant difference in language in this headline from The Verge , for example – “ Harvard’s Root robot teaches kids how to code ” – and the way in which Seymour would describe the LOGO Turtle – that students would using programming to teach the robot. Some cities and states are considering making computer science compulsory – in Chicago , Virginia , Queensland , for example.