Month: June 2017

Coding for Children with Scratch Junior

Coding for children is a wonderful way to give wings to their imagination. ScratchJr is a simple programming language, with which children of year 5-7 can programme art, interactive stories and games. It has sprites (characters or objects) and colourful blocks that can be snapped together to command the characters to move, run, sing, and

See the World with Cardboard Google Expeditions

Cardboard google expeditions take students to virtual trips to Mount Everest, New York, the International space station, inside the human body, in the ocean with sharks, to museums, iconic streets and more. Give your students an Aha moment, when they can really connect to the learning object. With Google VR expeditions one can virtually see

Udemy for Learners and Teachers

(Designed by Freepik) Employers all over the world are facing the challenge of finding workers with the right skills set to accomplish various tasks. Employees also often find that as the technology advances the skill set required in their respective industries is fast changing, therefore, they also need to up their game. To fill this

What’re Coursera’s Online Courses About

(Designed by Freepik) In this age of technology, knowledge is mostly just a click away. In fact, taking a course, specialisation or degree online is also possible. There are many massive open online course (Mooc) platforms like edX, Udemy, Coursera and Moodle, which offer online courses ranging from learning coding, business skills to finance management,

Education Technology 101

Welcome to The EduTech Post! We are here to offer insights about education technology developments around the globe for educators and learners, and EdTech developers and investors. Education technology aims at improving access to learning resources and boosting performance of learners. Major e-learning sectors are: Preschool K-12 Higher education Professional Special needs The speed of development of