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How U.S. schools can help make a difference for girls’ education worldwide

How U.S. schools can help make a difference for girls’ education worldwide

Two education industry veterans who have recently launch a new organization to empower young women and girls around the globe talk about how schools can get involvedKathy Hurley and Deb…

Girls-only class teaches computer, welding, woodworking skills

Girls-only class teaches computer, welding, woodworking skills

All-girl class promotes stress-free, skill-building environmentNationwide, at most 3 percent of trades workers are women. But in a Sherwood High School welding, computer technology and woodshop class, it's completely the…

4 essential game-based learning questions

4 essential game-based learning questions

Asking the right questions can help games make a positive impact in the classroomYou’d have to live under a rock to be unfamiliar with the rise of game-based learning in…

Coding classes lead to 21st-century skill development

Coding classes lead to 21st-century skill development

Students develop problem-solving skills with computer codingAdeline Brutger peered at the screen of her mini-laptop.The Grand Forks third-grader described three cartoon figures she was using in her story, two of…

Game-based math program expands to Denver students

Game-based math program expands to Denver students

Gift brings MIND Research Institute's ST Math program to more than 900 Students DIRECTV/MIND Research InstituteDenver Public Schools, DIRECTV, and the nonprofit MIND Research Institute are partnering to deliver a…

Bricolage, MOSL and 8 soon-to-be-huge ed tech innovations

Bricolage, MOSL and 8 soon-to-be-huge ed tech innovations

Experts say these 10 pedagogical innovations have massive potentialYou know by now about Flipped Learning, but what about Massive Open Social Learning (MOSL)? Threshold Concepts? Bricolage?According to education technology experts…

Barbie should break the geek ceiling

Barbie should break the geek ceiling

The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Saturday, Nov. 29:Q:How many young women does it take to design and program a computer game?A. None. Only boys know how…

Autodesk offers free design software to students across the globe

Autodesk offers free design software to students across the globe

U.S. students received free access earlier in 2014 Courtesy of AutodeskEarlier this year, Autodesk made its software available to U.S. middle and high school students for free in support of…

6 Minecraft lesson ideas for your Common Core math class

6 Minecraft lesson ideas for your Common Core math class

From graphing paper to algebra puzzles, one teacher shares tons of practical lesson ideas for turning math class into "Mathcraft"Last year I taught third-grade math in a whole new way.…

When letter grades won’t work, there’s an app for that

When letter grades won’t work, there’s an app for that

Educators need a way to track traditionally “hard-to-measure” skills--an app might be the solutionIn my eighth grade physical computing class, I have a grade problem.The things that are most important…






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