Using Free and Open Educational Resources to Support Women and Girls in STEM – Creative Commons
“examine how OER can attract and support girls in STEM education, including additional support services necessary to ensure high levels of success. OER are high-quality educational materials that are openly licensed and shared at no cost, allowing learners and educators to use, adapt, change and add information to suit their education goals”
ScootPad :: Practice. Learn. Succeed.
“Practice. Learn. Succeed.
ScootPad is the ultimate way to master math and reading skills.
Self-paced and personalized practice keeps kids engaged & challenged.”
Girl Scout Team to Get Patent on Prosthetic Hand Device – ABC News
In 2010, the girls entered the worldwide FIRST LEGO League science and engineering challenge, which focused on robotics applied to medical issues. Having decided to work on hand and arm prosthetics, they met with prosthetics manufacturers and doctors.
Mobile Learning Blog
The m-Learning Revolution Blog | by RJ Jacquez, Former Adobe Evangelist. Now eLearning Analyst.
“The m-Learning Revolution Blog
by RJ Jacquez, Former Adobe Evangelist. Now eLearning Analyst.”
From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning
“From Toy to Tool: Cell Phones in Learning – A conversation about integrating student cell phones into classroom curricula.”
The Mobile Learner
The 20 Best Blogs About Mobile Learning – Online Colleges
“many tech-savvy teachers actively try to incorporate them into engaging lessons rather than snatching them away. While tablets, smartphones, and other mobile computing devices have yet to enjoy universal implementation, many in the business adore exploring emerging technologies to unlock their full potential as learning tools. “
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.