Learning Approaches In Data Science: Online Or Project-Based

Are you interested in taking a data science course? Are you wondering which learning approach is best for you: online or project-based? In this article, […]

The First Ten Learning Thursday Articles!

Last December, I began publishing Learning Thursday articles every other week. The series covers both learning technology and general training topics. Past articles are listed […]

Using Robotics To Teach Problem Solving: Is It Possible?

The Field of Robotics Delves Into Numerous Interdisciplinary Skills Problem-solving is one of those complex areas in education which is both extremely valuable to learn […]

Photography Projects for Students of all Ages (and Many Academic Subjects)

Put Those Ubiquitous Smartphones to Use for Learning (or Try Some Inexpensive Disposable Cameras for Younger Students) Photography is a great subject to teach. It […]

PBL or PB&J?

How can you tell the difference between projects and project-based learning? Turns out, even though they both might involve snazzy projects, they are quite different. […]

How Schools are Evolving to Serve Students in a Tech-Focused Economy

Image Source The rise of the internet and related technologies has changed the education industry in a variety of ways. Brick-and-mortar educational institutions now have […]

Maker Inspiration-WHERE to GET Information to Stay Informed?

. . Maker Inspiration-WHERE to GET Information to Stay Informed? Well, you jumped in into the world of makers (OR want to do SO soon…) […]

Top Education Trend of 2018: Active Learning Spaces [Vander Ark]

Top Education Trend of 2018: Active Learning Spaces — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark Excerpts: The top learning trend in K-12 learning in 2018 […]

Learning Thursday #2: Project-Based Learning

Earlier this month, I started the Learning Thursday blog series, which features a new learning and development article every other week that has a unique perspective.  […]

Your Child Doesn’t Want to be a Programmer? That’s Fine — But They Still Need STEM

Image Source If you’re a parent of a student, or an educator, or even a student or recent graduate yourself, you’ve likely been hearing a […]

Introducing: asset mapping

Starting with strengths Imagine you’re reading a written reflection from a student. This particular student writes so beautifully of the lines on his grandfather’s face, […]

First Steps with the Arduino-UNO R3 | Maker, MakerED, MakerSpaces, Coding | Xmas Star with NeoPixels WS2812B

. . Xmas Star with NeoPixels WS2812B made from cardboard Soon there will be Christmas and decorations are getting put around the house worldwide as […]

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