Let Kids Keep Their Chromebooks
When you have a widely accessible, low-cost device and pervasive demand for technology, the problem should be solved, right? But that is where the eight years of arguments begin.
My solution is simple: Give students Chromebooks, and let them keep them.
Bring Tabletop Role-Playing Games Into the Library and Classroom for Educational Opportunities Across Curricula
With educational intent, role-playing games can provide a narrative that holds students’ attention and be customized to teach specific lessons.
Literature IN DEVELOPMENT
A Princess’s Primer to the Theory of Evolution
The first in a new series of Princess themed STEM stories, A Princess’s Primer to the Theory of Evolution tries to tackle the complex explanation of natural selection, with a bit of magic and some creeped out Frogs.
Once More ‘Round the Apple Tree
A story about conservation, featuring a dog, a woodpecker, and six carpenters named George.
Artificial Intelligence was given the means to filter upper cognitive functions, from the root mathematics that produce outcomes, thus creating the first robotic equivalent of a soul.
But what happens when those souls have an on and off switch?