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Microsoft takes aim at Apple with new Surface Laptop

For the vast majority of its history, Microsoft has been a company synonymous with software. Microsoft finally broke into the computer-manufacturing world in 2012 with its Microsoft Surface tablets. Half a decade later, Microsoft has unveiled its first laptop, the Surface...

source: By Ross Lancaster
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Calling all K-12 computer science teachers to apply for the 2020 CS Teaching Excellence Awards. Winners demonstrate their excellent work inspiring students to explore the computer science field; effectively engage students in learning...


Last year, The Institute of Engineering and Technology published research looking at the attitudes of both students and teachers towards Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subjects. It has been reported many times that...

source: Open Access Government

Artificial intelligence — code that learns — is likely to be humankind's most important invention. It's a 60-year-old idea that took off five years ago when fast chips enabled massive computing and sensors, cameras, and robots fed data-hungry algorithms. We're...

source: Forbes

Gaggle, the pioneer in helping K-12 districts manage student safety on school-provided technology, announced that Georgia's fifth-largest school district is implementing its student safety technology. Clayton County Public Schools in Jonesboro, Ga., is comprised of 37 elementary,...

source: District Administration Magazine

Darren Hoffmann writes: "I prided myself on being a great teacher. In every possible sense — a good explainer, an innovator, a student advocate. And I was killing it in the lecture hall and in the lab, teaching in the ways that I learned from my great teaching mentors....

source: eCampus News

We've heard a lot about the maker movement and the power of making to transform learning and empower students. But the reality is that only some K-12 educators are a part of that movement. That's what researchers heard again and again...

source: Ed Surge


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