Technology in Education
Students at the University of Michigan aren’t just fired up about the Final Four. They’re also excited about entrepreneurship programs on the Ann Arbor Campus. During March Madness, 18 student organizations have come together over the past month to celebrate a Month of Entrepreneurship at U-M.
“Makers” use technology such as 3D printers and easy-to-use programming tools to create devices that send Twitter messages when a plant needs to be watered, or a harp made of lasers or even 3D-printed playable electric guitars.
The burst or wave that results from the flare is a coronal mass ejection or scientists simply call it CME.
There are all sorts of connections between arts and sciences.
Introducing your children to all-day Kindergarten can help set them up to be successful in school for the rest of their lives.
Cloud note-taking services allow busy students to stay organized by synchronizing their notes online through companies such as SpringPad, Evernote, SimpleNote and Microsoft OneNote.
Cloud Storage services, such as Dropbox, allow college students to easily store and share documents, photos, videos and other types of files over the internet – easing the way they communicate and learn in school.
Finding good math activities for the summer is a tough task. But one activity that involves numbers will surely get kids involved
Good internet resources about science for teachers, parents and kids can be hard to come by. To make it easier for people to find the information they need for school or for their own knowledge, the Verizon foundation has funded “Thinkfinity,” a collection of websites that includes Science Netlinks.
YouTube, the internet video service that has captivated the world has launched a new webpage where it hosts videos having to do with topics taught in schools and universities.