Science. Technology. Engineering. Maths
For more than 20 years, educators have encouraged the teaching of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curriculum to address the next generation of workers, which includes developing the world’s next roboticists and artificial engineering experts.
Ask a child to draw a scientist, and research says they will often draw the typical stereotype of a “mad scientist” – an older, usually white, man, with wild hair, wearing a lab coat and goggles.
By Mike Sandler
Few sectors have embraced video quite like education.
By Matthew Lynch
Technology is used for many great things in our world. It’s a powerful tool when used correctly. As such, this powerful tool can be used to transform learning.