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Some state legislators were listening last year when a report from Education Northwest encouraged the use of grade point averages and school work in helping to determine how "college-ready" prospective students were.
Each micro-credential starts with an overview of a construct or idea in personalized learning supported by research to help educators gain a deeper understanding of its importance in the learning process.
Mastercard's Girls4Tech sessions bring female role models together with female students to talk about career options and try out STEM activities.
For the event, TAMU students set up booths around the school covering topics such as petroleum engineering, biology and entomology.
George Washington Carver High School of Engineering and Science has ditched the curriculum to help younger students begin thinking like scientists.
The program will develop individualized plans for participating students as they move through their dissertations to postdoctoral scholarship and into faculty positions.
Quests lays a teacher's existing lesson plan over a fantasy world that students traverse by completing assignments, or quests. Completing each task, which may be an assignment, discussion, in-class activity or something else, unlocks the next.
Dubbed Blockcerts Wallet, the app allows students to share a tamper-proof diploma with employers, schools, friends or family.
Santa Monica College is turning to mobile tech to get its students' attention — and ultimately boost enrolment and degree completion. The California community college partnered with Modo Labs to deploy a mobile app and communicate with students on their preferred platform: the mobile phone.
The Times Higher Education (THE) this week published the latest in the THE World University Rankings series for 2018, covering two updated subjects. The post The top 20 colleges and universities for computer science, engineering and technology appeared first on eCampus News.