Category Archives: Teaching Technology

STEM related activities available

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STEM Activities

Courtesy of the James Dyson Foundation and Dyson engineers, you can download a free set of 44 engineering and science experiments, all of which demonstrate basic principles of science and physics, and are buildable with common household items including balloons, plastic … Continue reading

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JoVE Science Education

Ran across THIS WEBSITE with videos related to Engineering for STEM Educators. Thought I would share. Unfortunately it is a paid site, but does offer a free trial.

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Top Programming Languages of 2019

See IEEE Article Sep 6, 2019

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The Evolution of the CPU

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The World Of Microscopic Machines

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Moonshot: How Apollo Launched the Digital Revolution

WSJ’s The Future of Everything Podcast The Apollo program to go to the moon marks the only time humans have left our home planet to set foot on another world. The biggest effect of this voyage was transforming the civilization … Continue reading

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How things have changed

I was doing some searches on the internet and ran across a pdf of an old Radio Shack Catalog from 1989. This oldie but goodie just shows how much technology has changed in 30 years. Page 2: Fax machine, page … Continue reading

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Learn to Program Your Future Overlords, with the MotionBlock Robotics STEM Kit

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American kids would rather be YouTubers than astronauts.

This is a sad state of affairs but more US kids would rather be a YouTube Star than an Astronaut. This graphic Sums up the survey: The full article for Ars Technica is available HERE

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