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

Shake Up Learning

Email Address I'd like to receive the free email course. I have an awesome e-course to walk you through the entire process! 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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What’s New: New Tools for Schools

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CAROLINA BIOLOGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY BUILDING BLOCKS OF SCIENCE 3D ( www.carolina.com/help/pressreleases/2018/building-blocks-of-science-3d ) Carolina Biological Supply Company launched the new Building Blocks of Science 3D hands-on unit kits for students in grades K to 5.

Want to Organize Your Digital Assets?

EdNews Daily

Online courses. Project based hybrids, such as software to run a robot, science instruments, and calculators . Consider as well that good ed-tech companies will utilize conferences to announce improvements for their tools and train teachers on their use. 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.

Game Education: It’s in Their DNA – Guest Post from Courtney Pepe

EdTechTeacher

Game #4 – Sphero the Robot. Harry Moore School of NJCU recently received a grant from Sphero, a company that makes ball-size glowing robots that teachers can use to o teach literacy, coding, STEM. View the Full Course Catalog at ettsummer.org.

Sphero, an Introduction

My Paperless Classroom

This is the first in a series of posts exploring the resources for teaching with the Sphero robot published at https://www.gosphero.com/education/. The Sphero company made these posts possible by providing 2 robots for review purposes. Both Android and iOS are supported.

The 2018 EdSurde Annual Special: Surgecoin, EduWands and Other News Not Fit for Print

Edsurge

But some companies are jumping the gun. Below are the finest collection of stories you’ll never see on any other day, and which have been brewing in our heads over the course of 2018 in between too many cups of coffee, indecipherable email pitches, 1:1 meetings, product sprints and the occasional but unavoidable sparring on Twitter. No courses. Tragedy struck this week, however, when one robot toppled overboard. Company leaders promise (fingers crossed!)

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WHAT’S NEW

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BENCHMARK EDUCATION COMPANY ADVANCEALL ( benchmarkeducation.com ) Benchmark Education Company (BEC) released Advance ALL, a new series motivating students to read with literary and informational reading text sets.

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College Prep: The Often Winding Road for Parents, Students and High Schools

EdNews Daily

Over the course of five years with the university, I noticed a common thread of concerns that kept bubbling to the surface during many conversations; unfortunately, most of the discussions focused on the following three areas: lack of research, student loan debt and poor career decisions.

Code With Kids and See What Happens - written with Karly Moura!

Adam Welcome

Most of the kids at my school won’t be programmers or work for a tech company.” Check out " Why does Code.org use Blockly, a visual programming language, for its intro to Computer Science course?" Robots are cool.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

” At least the e-cigarette company (which targets teens) offers a social-emotional learning curriculum, right? Billion in Android Antitrust Case.” “The cost of maintaining an online course for several years can eventually outstrip the launch cost – but the investment might just pay off,” says Inside Higher Ed. Via The New York Post : “Education department investigating high school’s online courses.” Because of course.

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The Office of Students and Young Consumers had actively and aggressively policed the student loan industry and monitored credit card companies and other financial institutions that serve – or target – college students and other young people.” Via the BBC : “The man hired to run the Student Loans Company was appointed against officials’ advice and without having his references checked, a report says.” The company has raised $30 million total.

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” StraighterLine , an unaccredited online course provider, will partner with Brookhaven College in Texas to offer a joint associate degree to students this August. Students will complete more than 50 percent of their course work online through the StraighterLine platform. Via EdWeek’s Market Brief : “ ISTE Unveils Plans to Match Ed-Tech Companies With Educators for Feedback on Apps.” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction.

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” Via Politico : “A complex legal battle involving dozens of debt collection companies fighting over contracts with the Education Department has essentially suspended the government’s ability to collect defaulted student loans , the Trump administration disclosed in a court filing on Monday night.” “Is there an elegant way to administer exams in online courses ?” ” Edsurge gets the company’s take on criticisms of its business model.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Lots of reporting on various court filings in the Trump University case, particularly those about the company’s “ playbooks ” detailing how former employees sold its course packages, targeting vulnerable populations. “ The Great Courses ” are available on a medium other than VCR or cassette and The New York Times is on it. I mean, other than just the thrill of repeating a new buzzword, of course.). The company has raised $10.35

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

Hack Education

“Nothing has more potential to enable us to reimagine higher education than the massive open online course, or MOOC, platforms that are being developed by the likes of Stanford and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and companies like Coursera and Udacity.”