The Future of Tech and Work
The Future of Tech and Work is how human beings work and the tools they use and will use in the future. For those interested in big data, the internet of things (IOT), block chain, artificial intelligence (AI), IOT, computer science and coding.
What implications does the changing nature of work (the future of work) have for K-12 and post-secondary education?
Jessica Slusser explores why collaborating for online learning works.
California is preparing new frameworks in math that include a shift towards data science, as well as increased equity and opportunities for deeper, applied learning.
Rachelle Dené Poth explores the growth of Artificial Intelligence in today's world and how this impacts the classroom.
The pandemic broke some old conventions and accelerated other trends. One convention that, for many tech employers, fell by the wayside was requiring degrees for every position. A trend that accelerated during the pandemic was skills-based hiring. For decades, degree requirements have been added to more and more jobs. The…
How can educators ensure a commitment to continuous improvement? Long-time educator and former engineer, Ben Owens, explores one of the most powerful tools: design thinking.
The need for students to develop skills in coding and in STEM related fields is growing however there are either real or perceived barriers to providing these opportunities for students. What resources are available?
Human expression is essential to a meaningful future. New mediums and models are making it easier than ever to make a living. We must adapt how we talk about creativity.
Rachelle Dene Poth shares ideas for using Screencastify in the classroom.