Technology in Education
In the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, students have the opportunity to create a science video that explains a problem and how it impacts them, or their community.
The website “The Art Teacher’s Guide to the Internet,” features activities to help kids better understand many different facets of art.
Everyone learns in school that George Washington Carver developed new uses for the peanut, but few parents, teachers or students know much more about the man and his career. The Henry Ford is hosting an exhibit […]
The Rochester Hills-based electronic accessory firm foneGear LLC has introduced a new brand, called Fuse. The Fuse brand of accessories for all small electronics will replace multiple foneGear brands.
Marketers have targeted kids as consumers for years, knowing that they will bug their parents for purchases
The computer of the future for today’s kids might not really be a computer at all.
An easy activity to show kids the range of technology that is all around them at home, at school, or on a trip is a technology scavenger hunt.
In the past five years, the online tools to create college applications have exploded, leaving almost no reason to ever mail a paper application.
Geography has changed as a subject since you were in school. While students a generation ago memorized state capitals to learn geography, technology has changed the way students learn the subject today.
Kids growing up in 2010 often have little notion of what technology was like before they were born. For kids who grew up with a cell phone in their pocket, a laptop at school, and […]