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K12 Computer Science: Coding Starts From Your Imagination

K12 Computer Science: Coding Starts From Your Imagination

School-based computer science is often non-existent or fails to engage students. However, people who earn a living in computer science argue that imagination and creativity ignited their interest in coding. This article highlights ways to engage students and foster creativity in the K12 Computer Science (CS) classroom.

4 Big Reasons Why K12 Students Love eLearning

4 Big Reasons Why K12 Students Love eLearning

K12 students love eLearning because it intertwines more easily with their digital lives, supports multi-media, multi-sensorial content like videos, lets them play games and have fun while learning, and it allows them to dive into new subjects anytime, anywhere.

3 Thoughts On Special Education: One Dad's Perspective

3 Thoughts On Special Education: One Dad's Perspective

My experience with special education started with becoming a dad. My wife and I have four wonderful children, the second of whom, Jacob, has a type of Autism called PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders). Here, I offer my perspectives as a parent about what makes for great special education.

10 Factors That Make eLearning The Future Of American Education

10 Factors That Make eLearning The Future Of American Education

Technology has a massive sway over present educational trends with eLearning having the lion’s share in the scenario. Students of future America are sure to be tech savvy in their learning methods with more technological competence in educational and career prospects. Factors like increased computer applications, ease of learning, growth of MOOCs, productive learning atmosphere, and more employability chances attribute to eLearning being the future of American education.