Last week, the IgnitEd board hosted an Artificial Intelligence talk at Stanford’s Spiker Engineering and Applied Sciences Center with Remi El-Ouzzane, now a Vice President and General Manager at Intel Corporation. Intel purchased Remi’s Movidius last fall. The tag line for Movidius is, “Visual sensing for the internet of things.” Remi answered many questions for the mixed […]
What would would happen if we put the kids in charge?
Do our actions communicate more clearly than our words when it comes to expressing our wishes for our children?
Recently, a diverse group of educationists from both the education and business worlds endeavored to envision what a 21st Century education should look like to prepare young people for the world of work and opportunity that exists right now.
Deep collaboration and group work can generate products and ideas that are at the height of our capabilities as a species, but highly functioning groups are rare.
Teachers report more problem solving and critical thinking in technology enabled classrooms. Which comes first, though?
It makes kids smarter and healthier.
Not all screen time is the same.