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More Computer Science Now More Than an Elective for University of California... × × Computer Science Now More Than an Elective for University of California Admissions By Feb 5, 2019 At campuses that teach the subject, computer science is often offered as an elective at high schools in California. But now, for prospective University of California students, that course can count as a science requirement on college applications, too. The University of California has expanded its so that approved high school computer science classes can satisfy a studentâs third year of laboratory science, or the category âDâ requirement.
More This Father Built an App to Level the Playing Field for Struggling Readers × × This Father Built an App to Level the Playing Field for Struggling Readers sponsored content from WhizRead By Feb 5, 2019 Venkat Ratnam developed , a multisensory reading support program, out of pure fatherly love. In 2013, a realization washed over Ratnam and his wife. While they both had successful careers, they were paying a cost. Ratnam wanted to spend more time with their two children, then ages nine and five years oldâparticularly with his son, who was struggling with learning difficulties.
More Myth vs. Fact: How Much Do You Know About Edtech Usage in Schools?... × × Myth vs. Fact: How Much Do You Know About Edtech Usage in Schools? [Infographic] sponsored content from Clever Feb 5, 2019 There's a lot of amazing edtech software out there these days, but is it actually being used effectively to make classrooms more productive? As you'll see below, many school districts across the U.S. are not getting the most from their edtech investments. Discover how is helping districts turn learning software into student achievement.
More Game-Based Learning Is Changing How We Teach. Here's Why. × × Game-Based Learning Is Changing How We Teach. Here's Why. sponsored content from Minecraft: Education Edition By Feb 4, 2019 This article is part of the guide Dan White, the co-founder and CEO of Filament Games, an educational video game developer based in Madison, WI, knows from personal experience that kids can get a lot more out of video games than entertainment, sharpened reflexes and enviable manual dexterity. Back in the '90s he was a devotee of Civilization, a game where players run an empire from the dawn of time to the Space Age.