Time Is the Greatest Challenge to Teaching STEM. Families Can Help.

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Bringing Families Onboard It does not have to be robotics, 3D printers or coding. It does not have to be robotics, 3D printers or coding. For 14 years, Julia Moak, a fifth grade science teacher in Miami, has switched on the lights in her classroom at the start of every school day.

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Speaking of ed-tech exacerbating inequality, Edsurge looks at PowerMyLearning ’s plans to give parents homework – “family playlists” – to do alongside their children. ( ” According to Edsurge , Knewton is now a courseware company and not a “robot tutor in the sky.” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” There’s some robot news in the privacy section below. (National) Education Politics.

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“Can robotics teach problem solving to students?” Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. ” “ Robots and drones take over classrooms,” according to the BBC. Via Techcrunch : “ Hanson Robotics built a Professor Einstein toy to teach kids science with a familiar face.” ” More robot crap in the Betteridge’s section above. PowerMyLearning has received $6.5

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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.