Evolving Technologies Make STEM Learning Fun

Three companies—Unruly Splats, Matific and Lü Interactive Playground—are using technology to reboot today’s learning environment by giving students the chance to collaborate with one another, learn valuable STEM skills, and, in some cases, even burn off energy.

Can Studying Social Sciences and the Arts Help Technologists Close the ‘Soft Skills Gap’?

Technologists developing cutting-edge AI products may be making incredible breakthroughs—but they may also need to communicate the value of their innovations in a business-savvy manner and possess other soft skills like communication and critical thinking. A blend of AI and emotional intelligence may be the IT skill set of the future workforce.

After-School Programs and STEM: The Key to an Inclusive Tech Future

After-school STEM programming engages students like Colby Holmes of Hope, Alabama in hands-on, real-world projects and gives them the opportunity to learn new skills and discover potential career paths. For technology companies, encouraging young talent is essential for filling future jobs.

Why We Need to Encourage Children to Imagine the ‘Science Fiction’

The Institute for the Future and Dell Technologies are exploring emerging technologies as they intersect with evolving social and economic forces to define the future of work. See how children in Mumbai react to classroom visitors as they learn the possibilities of careers not yet created.

From Canning Food to Cybersecurity: Girl Scouting for a STEM Age

While the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) continue to sell our favorite thin mints and samoas, its leaders are working to alter the landscape of science, technology and mathematics (STEM) by continuing to promote 70 STEM-specific badges and adding new Coding for Good badges this summer.

How 5G Can Give New Meaning to Connected Learning

Richer and more personalized learning experiences are coming with access to 5G networks in the classroom and neighboring communities. Learn how faster network speeds are set to help students grow.