Technology in Education
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 […]
Students are more technologically savvy than ever, and colleges are struggling to keep up with high school students’ expectations for a college website.
More and more of the college search and application is going online, and there is less and less paperwork involved in the process.
Mythology and ancient civilizations captures the imagination of many young people. Combining ancient history and modern technology, the British Museum has created a website to show kids what it would be like to live a […]
The automaker Lexus and the publishing company Scholastic have teamed up to create a contest that will help kids learn more about the environment, and provide over $500,000 in scholarships to winners.
What will the future of technology look like? The Exploravision contest asks kids from kindergarten through high school to think about what future technology will be like, and how to get there from today.
WWJ Newsradio’s Pat Vitale reports on technology and science tips that are beyond the classroom. The Education Minute is a joint production with Eastern Michigan University and WWJ Newsradio 950.
WWJ Newsradio’s Pat Vitale reports on technology tips that are beyond the classroom. The Education Minute is a joint production with Eastern Michigan University and WWJ Newsradio 950.
If you have a child interested in science, technology, or engineering careers, or want to expose your child to a range of career options, then say yes to the YES! Expo.
While there are still essay contests for students to write about, many competitions have converted to video, asking students to make a short digital film based on their ideas.