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The Education of an Android Teacher

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When you meet an android, it’s important to follow etiquette. I'm the world's first android teaching assistant. She’s the namesake of Maria, a destructive robot character from the 1927 silent film “Metropolis.” Educating an android happens one conversation at a time.

Want to Organize Your Digital Assets?

EdNews Daily

The content industry blew up and atomized into millions of pieces when it used to be consolidated into a few mammoth publishers that pushed out lines of books with an internal structure and consistency to learning that was all mapped out for schools. By LeiLani Cauthen. .

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Make the Most of Your Budget with These Great Products: Makerspace Product Roundup 2018

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New products are coming from companies that have long been in the game, and others are being launched thanks to successful crowdfunding initiatives. Bubble Bot walks students through creating a bubble-blowing robot and a Fan of Fortune. Name: Phiro Robot Made by: Robotix U.S.A.

17 Things for Teachers to Try in 2017 (Infographic and FREE Download)

Shake Up Learning

I create to-do lists, vision boards, and read productivity books to inspire me. Program a Robot. So not only is AI becoming mainstream, but we have some pretty cool robots available for our classrooms.

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This Tech Tool Can Save Teachers 10 Minutes Per Class

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Laurence’s College in Brisbane had just 50 minutes to write up a formative assessment on the representation of robots and artificial intelligence in the movies. Using wireless presentation tools by Vivi , an education-focused company founded in Australia, Gunn was able to mirror her tablet screen on the classroom screen and play YouTube clips directly through a hardwired receiver without slowing down the school’s wifi—or her students’ work. But now we’re bringing our books to life.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

Without revenue the company will go away. Or the company will have to start charging for the software. Or it will raise a bunch of venture capital to support its “free” offering for a while, and then the company will get acquired and the product will go away. (It’s

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

I’ve got Joshua Hunt’s new book The University of Nike sitting here on my desk. Here he is in The New York Times : “Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: College Athletics and Its Corporate Sponsors.” Doesn’t look like the company has anyone to take his place yet. Instead, the company handed him a $90 million exit package, paid in installments of about $2 million a month for four years, said two people with knowledge of the terms.”

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Revisiting #ALATTT: Trend #1: AR/VR/MR and a touch of AI

NeverEndingSearch

Companies are investing in immersive technologies. enhancing every-day learning experiences–media-rich annotations of historic places, libraries (shelves, books?), Take them with your phone, android or tablet. Radical change: Books for youth in a digital age.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Mostly tutoring companies.). “ ICE officials have invited tech companies, including Microsoft , to develop algorithms that will track visa holders’ social media activity ,” ProPublica reports. Badges , patents, and the world’s ‘least popular’ education company” by Doug Belshaw. YouTube gets little credit for this clean-up in my book, however, as it took journalists to uncover and talk about the problem.

Top 100 Sites/Apps for Game Based Learning

Technology Tidbits

DimensionU - An amazing site for educational games 3D games for Math and Literacy aligned to Common Core Standards. ** Door 24 - A fantastic iPad that has students working different Math/Algebra problems to help a robot fix his circuits and uncover the mystery behind Door 24.

(This Is Not a Morphology of) The Monsters of Education Technology

Hack Education

I’ve written two books on the monsters of education technology; I’m publishing a third in the series at the end of the year. We tend to read the book as a cautionary tale about science gone awry. ” (This time, of course, with an Android phone strapped to their face.).