This initiative targets female high school graduating seniors (2018), who have confirmed to enroll within one of the STEM disciplines. The program deadline is June 1, 2018. The program link https://scholarships.uncf.org/ToProgram/GalacticUnite. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
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Edtech company Workbench Education today announced the launch of a multi-device application programming hub, which will enable students and teachers to code multiple Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) products within a single browser-based Blockly canvas. The programming interface works with drones, blocks and robots from Workbench partners Parrot Education, SAM Labs, and Sphero.
This is a great article! We as educators should reflect on how we can change our girls narrative. Often times girls are not inspired because the lack of resources and mentors that are available to them. As educators, It is our responsibility to Inspire, bring opportunities to them, and encourage.
Read more on way you can inspire HERE
My name is Kimberly Lane Clark and I am a Blended Learning Specialist in Texas.