Today many universities and educational institutions are beginning to realize the importance of equipping their classrooms/teaching facilities with AV technology. With the innovation and customization features of AV products now even traditional campuses can benefit from an entire AV system tailored to its layout and increase intelligibility.
Children come to school with very different needs and abilities, and millions of students struggle with basic reading or math skills. If teachers had more time to work with their students one-on-one, they would learn exactly where each child is having trouble. Often, that’s not always possible in a typical classroom setting -- but this is where adaptive learning can help.
President-elect Donald Trump is filling out his guest list for this week's tech summit in New York. IBM Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty and Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg plan to attend, joining others including Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins and Oracle co-CEO Safra Catz.
The U.S. remains a powerhouse of research and development. As the National Science Foundation reported in September, total national R&D funding from all sources reached nearly $500 billion in 2015, more than any nation has ever spent on it in one year.
From smartphones and online banking to passwords, attackers are constantly trying to steal sensitive data and cripple systems. That’s driving the rising demand for highly trained cybersecurity professionals, especially as our digital economy becomes more complex.
He became a hero as the first American to orbit the Earth and then served as a longtime U.S. senator. But John Glenn, who died Thursday at age 95, continued to defy gravity decades after his initial flight. The last survivor of the original Mercury 7 astronauts flew into space again at age 77.
American kids are plenty fired up to be scientists, with 38% of 15-year-olds saying they expect to work in a science-related career. The average among OECD countries is just 24%. Only Mexican kids beat the Americans, with 41% saying they want to join the field.
There seems to be a widespread belief that every college or university is already deeply enmeshed in online learning. The reality is that many schools are still trying to figure out their online learning strategy. If you are thinking about investing in a new online learning program then you will have no shortage of advice.
Tens of millions of students in more than 180 countries around the world are joining together now to celebrate Computer Science Education Week - Dec. 5-11 - by "trying an hour of code." It's a great jumping-off point into computer programming and an incredible motivator, but it's just the beginning of what's possible for students.