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.
How Smart Machines Are Improving History and Civics Education
Tom Vander Ark and Mason Pashia explore how AI and tech are impacting the field of history and civics learning education.
Closing the Guidance Gap with Xello
Xello is an innovative K-12 guidance platform helps US learners build college and career readiness.
Transforming the Landscape of Education
By: Matt Piercy. The future of learning is all about options with greater access and equity. Matt shares how MYX offers an exploratory semester full of unique place-based learning.
Virtual Immersion: How to Make the Most of a Virtual Space
Rachelle Dene Poth shares four virtual meeting spaces for collaboration in web virtual reality (VR).
Expressing Learning Journeys Through Digital Portfolios
Rachelle Dene Poth shares versatile tech tools for teachers to help students build a digital portfolio.
The Two Most Important Things We Don’t Teach
Climate crisis and artificial intelligence (AI) will shape the next decade. Listed are ways to ensure that students don't leave high school and college without having considered either.
Dream Jobs of the Innovation Age
By: Cameron Paterson. It is important to develop transferable skills and career insights for young people to aspire to the dream jobs of the innovation age.
Turning Dead Malls into Community Assets
Repurposing dead malls may be the right invention opportunity to create human development centers while salvaging returns for property owners.
Teacher Care: Apps and Ideas for Finding Balance
Rachelle Dene Poth shares apps and ideas for teachers to focus on self-care and mindfulness.
Paid Internships Propel Albuquerque Youth
Tom shares how Future Focused Education has transitioned its internship program into a hybrid model to better support students through the pandemic.