Pearson is Set to Invest $50 Million in Edtech Startups

Pearson, the British education company, announced Pearson Ventures, a fund that is set aside for investment in education technology startups. The fund has committed an initial amount of $50 million for Series A and B financing of edtech startups that are have innovative business models and create Gen-next edtech technologies. Pearson will invest in about

STEMpedia starter package launch on Kickstarter – Electronics, programming and robotics

We, at Edutechpost, love everything to do with programming, electronics and robotics for kids. Therefore, here we are, talking about another product that will soon be launched to propogate learning for kids in the said STEM education fields. STEMpedia is an edtech product that helps kids learn electronics, programming and robotics. They are soon launching

Scratch from MIT – Coding with blocks

Here’s a product that revolutionized the way coding was taught around the world. Engineers at MIT Media Lab started with a simple idea of making blocks of codes. This coding for kids free website replaced the method of teaching students how to write the actual coding languages or syntax. They made code blocks draggable to

Coding for Kids: 24 Free Websites that Teach Programming

Coding for kids is the new literacy. It covers various aspects of a kid’s learning—logic building, systematic thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and creativity. You can teach your kids programming by using the given coding for kids free websites from the list. The list comprises of some great free coding for kids websites like Code.org, Tynker.com,

Learn2Code.live – Learn Coding Through Live Video Classes

Ednora’s Learn2Code.live is an online platform, where kids can learn to code from students of top-tier universities. This unique platform was initiated in November 2018. It bridges the gap between learning and application. We had an electronic interview with Smita Shrivastava, Founder of Ednora, to know how Learn2Code helps learners learn to code. We have