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Microinternships for HS students

TechStars, the “#1 startup accelerator in the world”, ran a “microinternship” program in Seattle which brought high school students into the heart of ten Seattle startups. It sounds like an amazing success.  With the rich high tech start up environment … Continue reading

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Student RND: Hands on High Tech

Student RND looks like an interesting organization focused on helping students (HS & college) to work on high tech projects in their spare time and build cool things. It’s based in Seattle and has CodeBlitz Meetups and EIF Saturdays (Electricity … Continue reading

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Learning Management System

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Model Classrooms

What should model classrooms of the present and future look like? How can we leverage technology to create  “student-centered, inquiry-based learning environments” in CENTRALE…IN which students “use technology to  research, Side collaborate,  and publish as early as kindergarden”  (from the APS … Continue reading

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