Educational technology is the effective use of technological tools in learning. As a concept, it concerns an array of tools, such as media, machines and networking hardware, as well as considering underlying theoretical perspectives for their effective application.
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The Oracle of Shoes Project is an initiative from Michael Strickland to improve global literacy and enrich people’s sense of community by inspiring and engaging storytelling. The funding requirement for this project is $75,000 CAD.
The Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care announced today a new case series that will support the Center's leadership development curriculum and programs for front line primary-care leaders, including physicians, other healthcare workers, and staff.
The Institute for Educational Advancement (IEA) is calling for gifted students nationwide to apply for a Caroline D. Bradley (CDB) Scholarship, the only merit-based, need-blind scholarships for gifted kids in the nation. The CDB Scholarship provides the opportunity for any gifted student, regardless of race or income, to go to the high school of their choice.
Meritor, Inc. presented a $10,000 grant to the Academy of the Sacred Heart to enhance the school's robotics curriculum. In 2013-2014, the school introduced a robotics requirement for all ninth-graders in its Upper School for Girls, providing the students with an early exposure to engineering and programming. At the time of the program's launch, an average of four students worked on a single robot. Using the grant from Meritor, the school purchased 11 VEX robotic kits, which improved the student-to-robot ratio to 2:1.
South Carolina Virtual Charter School (SCVCS), a tuition-free, online public school, welcomes families with students in grades K-12 to enroll for the 2015-2016 academic year. SCVCS is an education option open to students from across the state of South Carolina. By combining online instruction, hands-on curriculum and the support of highly qualified, South Carolina-certified teachers, SCVCS cultivates an individualized education for each student.
The wrong conversations are taking place about improving public education in America. Some say teachers unions are the main problem while others contend it's the corporate reformers. The source of the problem depends on who you ask, which often results in unhelpful finger pointing. Looking past the superficial debate, there is more common ground, and reason for hope, than one might think. And, in places that might be overlooked.
GTECH, the lottery technology supplier to the California Lottery since 1985, is pleased to announce the grand opening of the Las Serenas Learning Center at Community Housing Works in San Diego. The opening is being made possible by GTECH's After School Advantage Computer Lab program. GTECH will host a special dedication ceremony to celebrate the official grand re-opening on Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 2:00 p.m.