Article by Cathy N. Davidson The conventional wisdom about 21st-century skills holds that students need to master the STEM subjects –science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – and learn to code as well because that’s where the jobs are. It turns out that is a gross simplification of what students need to know and be able […]
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The SXSW PanelPicker community voting is now open! Help shape the SXSW Edu Conference program by voting on which sessions you would like to see in March 2019. This year, our very own Graham Brown-Martin (Chief Education and Product) and Dr William Rankin (Director of Learning and Research) have each submitted a panel proposal