Can Virtual Reality Capture The Experience Of Being In A Museum?

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— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/evaamsen/2019/10/16/can-virtual-reality-capture-the–experience-of-being-in-a-museum/

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Connecting Students From Around The World With Virtual Exchanges

David Brodosi In a time when headlines are dominated by stories of how tech is stoking division, I find myself looking instances of how the internet can bring humanity closer together. I was at the Aspen Ideas Festival conference over the Summer and ran into a program that was refreshingly positive. The Stevens Initiative is a modern upgrade of student exchange programs, using the web to bridge students from across the world.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/gregoryferenstein/2019/09/23/connecting-students-from-around-the-world-with-virtual-exchanges/

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IQ tests and their validity in the 21st-century — Observatory of Educational Innovation

David BrodosiWe live in a culture that sees intelligence as part of a person’s value. Smart people get into the best schools, obtain the best jobs, receive the highest salaries, are the leaders, the examples everyone else should follow. If you are the smartest person of a designated group, it is normal that people follow you and that a lot of doors open for you, figuratively. Being smart is a crucial component of success, but… do we measure it correctly?

IQ tests are a fundamental tool to measure student intellectual capacity. We consider them mathematically and scientifically precise, but are they really that? Or are we purposely blinding ourselves to the cultural contexts that power the biases behind the very concept of the intelligence quotient and the tests we use to measure it?
— Read on observatory.tec.mx/edu-news/iq-tests

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What You Need to Know About Investing in Virtual Reality Technology | The Motley Fool

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Virtual reality (VR) is already a multibillion-dollar business, but it has only scratched the surface of its potential. According to Statista, in 2018, 4.7 million headsets were sold worldwide, and that was before the launch of several more-affordable full VR headsets in mid-2019. 

As the cost comes down and the technology improves, here are the players you need to know in virtual reality, and where they stand in the industry. 

— Read on http://www.fool.com/investing/2019/08/27/need-to-know-investing-in-virtual-reality-tech.aspx

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AI in Education is Revolutionizing Student & Teacher Experience

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Artificial Intelligence, Authentic Impact: How Educational AI is Making the Gradeeli.zimmerman_9856 Tue, 08/27/2019 – 11:25

Adoption of artificial intelligence is on the rise: According to research firm Gartner, 37 percent of organizations have now “implemented AI in some form,” and adoption is up 270 percent over the past four years. 

The challenge? Separating market interest from authentic impact. As noted by MIT Technology Review, the rapid development and uptake of AI solutions has created an environment where companies may “obfuscate and oversell” AI abilities even as organizations race to implement new solutions and keep up with the competition.

The key to AI success is specificity. It is crucial to define key needs AI tools can meet and shortcomings it can address. This is especially true for K–12 institutions faced with limited time and budgets.

— Read on edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2019/08/artificial-intelligence-authentic-impact-how-educational-ai-making-grade-perfcon

Learn to fight fake news in your classrooms and schools | eSchool News

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Activate your “curiosity shield” and fight fake news with reputable resources–learn how to do it in your schools and classrooms.

In the 1930s, Upton Sinclair was one of the most prominent writers in the United States. But no amount of fame could protect him, when he ran for governor of California, from “one of the most well-orchestrated smear campaigns in American history,” instigated by political and business interests hostile to the muckraking revelations in Sinclair’s books, such as The Jungle, making him a victim of “a forerunner of [the] ‘fake news’” that’s so pervasive today.

— Read on www.eschoolnews.com/2019/08/27/learn-to-fight-fake-news-in-your-classrooms-and-schools/

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What the World Can Teach the US About Education Technology | EdSurge News

Photo of David BrodosiSome of the conclusions may not come as a surprise in the Omidyar Network’s report on what works in scaling education technology in different regions worldwide. Governments, educators, advocacy groups and companies large and small need to work better together. Long-term planning and investment in infrastructure for widespread and improved access to the internet and mobile devices is critical.

But what may surprise some readers of the report, released Monday, is what the United States can learn from developing nations when it comes to bringing together all parties interested in edtech. Take Chile, for instance. By many measures, the country’s education technology ecosystem is small. Chile has “little private capital for new business ventures,” according to the report, and an edtech market valued less than a percent of the $9 billion U.S. market.

— Read on www.edsurge.com/news/2019-03-24-what-the-world-can-teach-the-us-about-education-technology

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8 Ways That Educational Technology Makes Learning Easier

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We all learn at different rates in a school environment. But if we aren’t careful, late starters who might otherwise be very bright may fall behind their peers.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/ilkerkoksal/2019/07/08/8-ways-that-educational-technology-makes-learning-easier/

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Education Technology And The Shift In How We Learn

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How might new technology in learning prove beneficial to teachers and students and to whom is it beneficial? This article examines changes to how we learn through new technology.
— Read on www.forbes.com/sites/julianvigo/2019/08/23/education-technology-and-the-shift-in-how-we-learn/

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A new study found smaller class sizes can increase the participation of women in STEM fields.

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“We show that class size has the largest impact on female participation, with smaller classes leading to more equitable participation. We also found that women are most likely to participate after small-group discussions when instructors use diverse teaching strategies,” said lead author Cissy Ballen, who is currently an assistant professor at Auburn University. “We hope these results encourage instructors to be proactive in their classrooms with respect to these inequities.”

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