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The Growing, Evolving Technological Classroom in Arlington

Photograph courtesy of Arne Kuilman/Flickr, Creative Commons licenseIn Arlington MA, students are enjoying the benefits that come from increasingly versatile and powerful technology in their classrooms.

Click2Science: STEM resources for Out of School Providers

As important as it is to keep growing STEM options in the classroom, exposure to STEM possibilities with opportunities to explore outside of the classroom are also key. To that end, there is a new business called Click2Science. Designed to be used by staff who work with kids in out-of-school programs, this free site offers a variety of videos and other resources to expand the tool kit for teachers, coaches, and trainers. The site will continue to be developed and add more content over the course of 2014.

Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

John McIntyre, Sustainability and Brand Manager for Samsung, notified us of the following opportunity for Massachusetts schools:

Mapping The Future of Education Technology

What will education look like a decade or so from now?  The demands of a changing society are predicted to alter the job landscape drastically for today's grade school students: a projected 65% of them will work in jobs that don't yet exist.  It only makes sense, then, that education will have to evolve to prepare students for that future.  Check out this infographic on this very subject, that illustrates the move f

How Can Social Media to Spur STEM Engagement?

Let's face it: Social media plays an integral in the average high school student's life.

Education Tech Trends to Watch in 2012

With the intersection between education and technology getting busier with each passing month, what are the top trends that we're likely to see in 2012?  KQED suggests a dozen to keep an eye on, from BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), to game-based learning.
Via mindshift.kqed.org

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