This year National Robotics Week is April 3-11, but here at DSC we are celebrating ALL. MONTH. LONG. While the ways to celebrate our truly endless, we thought we would highlight 3 of our favorites that will work for any classroom set up! Whether your students are in the classroom or learning from home, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate robotics week Continue reading
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VirBELA Tips and Tricks
Our world and our education spaces are shifting to accommodate this new normal and it only makes sense that we adapt and adjust. Education events have had to be taken virtually in order to ensure that we are still able to have conversations surrounding education and make connections. Here at The Douglas Stewart Company, we … Continue reading
What Does a Pass-Fail System Mean for College Students Everywhere?
Amidst the pandemic caused by the Coronavirus, college campuses across the nation have been forced to close, and much like the rest of the world, take their programs online. According to a report from Inside Higher Ed, a large number of schools have taken up a pass-fail system in order to help students move through … Continue reading
Exclusive EdTech during TCEA
The Emerging Tech in STEAM Education Showcase will include many vendors that you won’t see on the exhibit floor during TCEA. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, February 5 from 2-7 p.m. and will include speaking sessions on hot topics in education, as well as food truck eats and free drinks! Teachers can make connections … Continue reading
Top 5 Reasons Schools Need Esports Teams
Esports is taking the world ─ and schools ─ by storm. With a year-over- year growth rate of over 800%, and an audience base that is set to double over the next 6 years, It is clear that the esports industry isn’t going anywhere, and with some universities across the United States offering scholarships, esports … Continue reading
What are Teachers Saying About Technology in the Classroom?
Last week on the blog we discussed what principals think about technology in the classroom, but what about the professionals who are ultimately responsible for utilizing these tools? What are teachers saying about the technology being brought into their classrooms? Continue reading
Sesame Street’s 50 Year Impact on Education
It’s been fifty years since Sesame Street started captivating students and educators alike, and ten since the show launched STEM-specific segments. With catchy songs and witty skits, it’s no surprise that children who grew up watching the show credit it as being one of their first teachers. Read on to find out how the show is helping students learn about STEAM and STEAM. Continue reading