K–12 Districts Prepare Students for Careers in the Tech-Dominated Economy

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In the tournament, middle school teams compete in 14 events, including Lego robotics, video production and the 3D Derby, where participants use a 3D printer to design and produce cars, and then race them. Start small with a robotics competition or a club,” he says. I’m in a rural area of Mississippi, and my middle school son is very involved in his robotics club.”. Programs range from early childhood education to applied robotics technology to web application development.

Analysis: Is Higher Ed Ready for the Tech Expectations of the Teens of 2022?

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Not quite enough time for our robot overlords to overtake us, but both distant and soon enough to make us wonder. This means they know a K-12 where the promise of mobile 1:1 school computing is becoming a reality. The 15-year-old today is more a sibling of cloud computing, of apps that are available from any screen, of mobile devices in many sizes and form factors that go beyond last century’s laptops. percent of new mobile computing device shipments in U.S.

What’s New: New Tools for Schools

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The system allows any organization to deliver live 360 4K video to viewers on computers and mobile devices. Different versions of activities are available for older students using the Scratch-based mBlock software and for younger students using the mBlock app for mobile devices.

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