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Integrating coding into arts-based classes

Sep 2, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in STEM Education Tools, Science, Math & Computer Science, Technology, Education Technology

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Sometimes it isn’t easy to think of ways to blend technology and the arts in one classroom. However, combining the two can be critical in helping younger students create, communicate, and collaborate, and there are plenty of ideas out there, such as the ones summarized below from STEAM coordinator Ashley Blackwelder, that have worked well for schools to combine these two important subject areas.

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Using discussions about math to improve student proficiency

Aug 19, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in Promoting Interest in STEM, Science, Math & Computer Science, STEM Learning Methodologies

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On paper, math problems can be confusing and difficult to think through. Because of this, students are now being encouraged to talk about their math thinking. According to this article in Edutopia, math conversations not only make the math problems easier for students to understand, but they also help the instructor better evaluate student progress.

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Facial recognition sparks debate in schools

Jul 1, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in Science, Math & Computer Science, Technology, STEMtechnology, TechED, Education Technology

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Many K-12 schools are choosing to install facial recognition as a means of added security for the school. However, some individuals question how much good the use of facial recognition is actually bringing to the school, causing a divide in the reception of the technology.

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Online learning requires teachers to make a virtual connection

Apr 8, 2020 12:00:00 PM / by Rebecca Ellis posted in Science, Math & Computer Science, STEM Learning Methodologies, Technology, Education Technology, Professional Development

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The online learning environment provides obstacles for students and teachers alike. Students still need to feel like they have a relationship with their teachers and are in an environment where they can take risks and ask questions, despite being on an online platform, so teachers must adapt to foster this type of environment for their students.

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Where Will 3D Printing Go Next?

Mar 5, 2020 1:00:00 PM / by Clara Hays posted in Social-Conscious STEM, STEM Tools, Science, Math & Computer Science, Technology

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An innovation entrepreneur has goals to eliminate the housing crisis in Latin America using 3D printing.

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