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How to Generate Interest in STEM Fields in Early Elementary Students

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By: Tracy Derrell. Getting children started with STEM education in the early grades may get them started on a path towards vital and potentially lucrative careers, all while generating enthusiasm for learning and exploration.

Transforming the Way Students See Themselves

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By: Mari Jones. When students have the chance to do work that matters, and to present that work to people who matter to them, it makes students believe that they matter.

3 Necessary Skills for Educators in the Era of A.I.

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By: Raj Shah. By practicing and sharpening our human strengths (in other words - robots’ weaknesses), we can improve our chances of thriving in a world where AI is ubiquitous in every classroom, school and home.

CMU: Pittsburgh’s Learning Engine

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The third post in our 6-part #RemakeLearning series looks at CMU's partnerships with Pittsburgh Districts to advance education innovation and shape a new K-12 approach to computer science.

The Results Are In On Student Engagement

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By: Sachi Takahashi-Rial. The difference between an engaging lesson and a tedious one can’t be measured by the results of a standardized test. If we want to start prioritizing engagement in schools, the first step is to hear from young people.

An All-Girls School Takes Computer Science to the Next Level with Global Collaboration

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When my Principal, who is always sharing new opportunities with us, sent us an email about Level Up Village (LUV), it was just the sign we needed to make Global Collaboration a reality for our students.

3 Ways EdLeaders Can Level the Computer Science Literacy Playing Field

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By: Dr. Idit Harel. While there is a lot of talk about the importance of computer programming and coding, there is less action -- and funding -- to support it adequately. Here are three ways EdLeaders can begin to change that.

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