Computer Science is the trade of the future, and Code Missouri is bringing the skills of that trade to rural schools. In urban centers like New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, schools are integrating computer-aided design, rapid prototyping, coding, and more into their curricula to prepare students for future industries. Code Missouri is not just focusing on the technical aspects of coding, but also on how to customize the curriculum to integrate local culture and engage students in new possibilities.Read More
As automation and robotics replace human labor, our education systems have to adapt. Collaborative and creative skills actually create more robust job security in this rapidly changing global economy. Instead of the ability to memorize and regurgitate information, lasting professional value derives from the capacity to generate new ideas and quickly adapt to new tools, personalities, and paradigms.
Clever Tech Digest sat down with Laura Bellmont, founder of The Little Animation School, to discuss the importance or art, play, and technology in children’s education. Her company brings professional filmmaking software and equipment to after school programs all over Brooklyn and Manhattan, New York. Making awesome animations may be students’ primary objective, but the school’s pedagogy focuses on using the filmmaking process as a vessel to study topics ranging from history, to biology, or even to space.
Read on to learn about Bellmont’s unique programming and her take on the next generation of education.Read More