Thinkabit Lab, an invention-based school program from Qualcomm, shows students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds that they can be part of inventing the wireless world of the future.
The Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design at Florida Technology Institute offers hands-on, project-based experiences to encourage students in …
Microsoft has introduced Visual Studio (VS) Code for Education, a new computer science instructional platform that takes students beyond beginner coding …
The Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit is aimed at fans of the Harry Potter universe, and as such, all the games and interactions are “magic” related. Although the kit is app-based and works with laptops and tablets, it also has a real-world feature in the form of a Harry Potter-style wand, which is built out of the box as part of a challenge and then acts as a way of interacting with the games.
Girls Who Code, an international nonprofit organization working to close the gender gap in tech, has announced its 2023 Summer Programs, free virtual opportunities for students in grades 9–12. As part of Girls Who Code’s commitment to providing students with resources about the many pathways into a STEM career, this year’s programs have been updated to include curriculum options on Gaming and Data Science.
With the help of computational thinking resources, students will be deciphering problems and forming solutions in no time. By learning to solve problems using this technical mindset, students are preparing for bright futures where they can combine creativity with computational thinking for ultimate innovation and success.
Machine learning forms the basis for the exploding field of artificial intelligence. Machine Learning for Kids is a free educational tool that introduces students to machine learning by providing hands-on experiences for training machine learning systems and building things with them.