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Texarkana College is a great place to start... Or start over. TC is a two-year community college located in North East Texas. We offer traditional academic, occupational-technical programs, workforce development, continuing education and community non-credit courses. For some students, following the traditional path of going straight to college right out of high school isn’t a viable option, especially when they’re not sure what to do next.

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TNW | February 28, 2020

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ROBOT USES AI TO PERSONALIZE TEACHING OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN

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Researchers have developed a new personalized learning robot for autistic children that uses machine learning to adapt its lessons to each kid’s changing needs. The University of Southern California team put a “socially assistive robot” called Kiwi in the homes of 17 autistic children and set the two-foot-tall, green-feathered robot to give each child personalized classes. Over the course of a month, the children played space-themed math games on a tablet device while Kiwi prov...

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The EdTech Genome Project, an initiative of the nonprofit Jefferson Education Exchange aimed at helping schools and districts make better-informed decisions when purchasing ed tech solutions, has determined 10 factors that influence whether classroom tech implementations will succeed, with further study on these variables occurring over the coming year. Each year, educators spend more than $13 billion on ed tech tools and products, but the vast majority of purchases go unused or are not implemen...

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Living through the COVID-19 pandemic requires some serious math literacy. There’s a daily dose of statistics on the number of new cases, and constant talk of “flattening the curve” of infections. But the education system has done a terrible job preparing us to live in a world where such number crunching is more important than ever, according to Conrad Wolfram, co-founder of Wolfram Research Europe. He has a new book out this week called “The Math Fix: An Education Bluepri...

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OPEN CALL FOR EDTECH START-UPS

European Schoolnet | July 02, 2020

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