The problem with learning in recent years across all levels of schooling is that, somewhere along the way, we lost how to make it fun. Instead, it’s become a chore or punishment to kids and their parents.
Users can now lead their own class where they can teach pretty much anything. Forget those pesky teaching qualifications, because Google has now found a way to make educators out of us all. Starting today,
‘Edtech’ is attracting investors, but some parents prefer traditional teaching methods MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.—Last fall, the public school district here in Silicon Valley’s epicenter ditched its conventional
A research report recently published in China entitled “The Impact of VR on Academic Performance,” asserts that virtual reality improves student test scores and knowledge retention. VR-based learning tends
Ever since that infamous bottle flipping video earlier this year, it seems flipping bottles around is all the kids are doing now. Year 5 teacher Lauren Hinton admitted annoying at first, when students
Digital model will aid vital research, offering chance chance to explore intricate changes occurring in the first weeks of life The beautiful and otherworldly development of the human embryo has been in
Maybe the smart phone's hegemony makes perfect evolutionary sense: Humans are tapping a deep urge to seek out information. Our ancient food-foraging survival instinct has evolved into an info-foraging
Following months of testing and free trials for early adopters, Microsoft announced this morning that its learning-focused version of the popular Minecraft game, Minecraft: Education Edition, is now available