Artificial Intelligence in Education
May30

Artificial Intelligence in Education

by Tomas Krajcovic Network Systems Coordinator at International School of Curitiba AI or artificial intelligence was, until recently, something only seen in Sci-Fi movies or videogames. It usually involves a computer system gaining consciousness and going rogue. Even though sometimes our computers seem to have a mind of their own, as of yet, there is no computer out there that`s capable of self awareness. The fastest supercomputer in...

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7 STEM Activities You Can Take Outside the Classroom
May08

7 STEM Activities You Can Take Outside the Classroom

What would you guess is the most important ingredient for valuable STEM learning? It’s not fancy lab equipment, complicated engineering books or the latest high-tech gadgets. Every kind of STEM learning out there actually depends on one much simpler concept: curiosity. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math, but beyond that intimidating acronym, STEM simply represents a hands-on approach to exploring the world,...

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Discovering Art Within S.T.E.A.M.
Apr26

Discovering Art Within S.T.E.A.M.

Discovering Art Within S.T.E.A.M. article contributed by LakeshoreLearning.com Art can be many things. It can be free-form creativity, an expression of feelings, representation of life, the beginning of an experience, or the reflection of one. When applying Art into the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM), the whole process is opened up to endless possibilities. But, if there is a solution that will...

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Lincoln Elementary School Students Make Their Mark!
Oct13

Lincoln Elementary School Students Make Their Mark!

by Christine Wiest, Elementary Art Teacher, Asociación Escuelas Lincoln On Monday, September 14, 2015 Lincoln Elementary School in Buenos Aires, Argentina celebrated its first International Dot Day, a global celebration of Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot.  International Dot Day promotes global community connections, creativity, and inspires originality.  Peter H. Reynolds’ hope is to motivate a community of people who will use their...

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Creating a STEM Program in International School: Lessons On the Decision-Making Process
Sep01

Creating a STEM Program in International School: Lessons On the Decision-Making Process

Creating a STEM Program in International School: Lessons On the Decision-Making Process at the InterAmerican Academy, Guayaquil, Ecuador. Arturo Ramirez, PhD Candidate Education Policy, New School Univ. Secondary School Principal InterAmerican Academy Guayaquil, Ecuador   How do you create a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program at the international education level? Quite different from national educational...

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Circuit Challenge Hits the (Learning) Targets

by Jennifer Peterson, Lower School Teaching and Learning Coach Graded- The American School of São Paulo, Brazil Students love a challenge. But if you mix in a little science, technology and engineering, they may just get crazy. And if the challenge is open-ended enough to demand creativity and innovation? Oh, that may just make them gaga. Now imagine students taking on the circuit design challenge the final 4 days before the holiday...

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