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

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Some call it “The Rise of the Machines” for the convergence of multiple technologies: artificial intelligence, big data, data science, robotics plus virtual and augmented reality. 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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K–12 Educators Embrace Ingenuity and Adaptation to Prepare Students for the Future

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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. Google+.

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

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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! Google+.

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Digital K-12 Classroom Online Summit | Feb 21-23, 2020

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Hack Education Weekly News

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Google ’s got our kids,” says The Outline. Google had a big event this week – you know, the one where tech journalists do the company’s marketing work for them by writing up every announcement made on stage in its own, separate article. Some of the stories are in the “robots” section below.). “ Chromebooks are ready for your next coding project,” says the Google blog.

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Via The USA Today : “Kids on winning robotics team told, ‘Go back to Mexico’ ” The kids were from Pleasant Run Elementary School in Indianapolis. Via Google’s blog : “ Howard University opens a new campus at the Googleplex.” ” It’s a three-month summer program with classes taught by Google engineers and Howard faculty. More on racism at a robotics competition in the immigration section above. Education Politics.

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Economy by 2030.” ” From the Google blog : “ Google Science Fair 2018 : Resources for educators to get ideas flowing.” ” Also from the Google blog : “More tools for homeschoolers.” Via Gizmodo : “ Google Removes ‘ Don’t Be Evil ’ Clause From Its Code of Conduct.” ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. Via Common Sense Media : “2018 State of EdTech Privacy Report.”

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“ President Trump Earmarks $200 Million in Federal Grants for STEM , Computer Science Programs ,” says Edsurge , later swooning that “ Google , Facebook , Amazon Among Tech Titans Committing $300 Million to K–12 Computer Science.” ” Via EdScoop : “Two edtech champions to join White House offices as fellows.” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. (National) Education Politics.