Center for Digital Education & Converge: research in education technology for K-12 and higher education

Robotics and Computing Help Make Sense of Math

High school students in California find that hands-on learning makes abstract concepts easier to understand.

Robot Control Project Teaches Valuable Collaboration Skills

Engineering students from different disciplines work together on a mechatronics device that allows users to control a robot with their gestures.

Code.org Takes Computer Science to Elementary School

Blended curriculum and teacher workshops will help make computer science education accessible for K-5 classes.

A National Look at Student Data Privacy Legislation

Governors have signed more than 25 bills into law that deal with student data privacy.


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K-12 and Higher Education News
Posted on September 26, 2014
The panel said the district had not proven that it urgently needed the technology.
Posted on September 25, 2014
Kent State University hired an online monitoring service this year, and students aren't happy about it.
Posted on September 25, 2014
Biomedical science students search for ways to design innovative emergency rooms.
Posted on September 25, 2014
The new Big Data Training and Research Lab will allow FAU to do work it needs to do but simply isn't possible in its current data-mining lab.
Posted on September 24, 2014
A business school goes high-tech with personalized video reviews of midterms, exams and group projects.

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