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Video games in the current age have become interactive, immersive experiences that involve the user to solve a multitude... see more

The advent and development of technology brings many things which may either ease or make life of people more difficult... see more

The development of video games goes back to the 1940s and 1950s. Computer scientists had started working on early stages... see more

In this sophisticated era, video game industry has become very profitable industry because of the increasing demand on... see more

Many studies are analyzed, covering video games and their effect on aggression in their players, their ability to... see more

Students who played online games scored above average in maths, science and reading tests, although study does not prove... see more

Some teachers may see video games as hampering students education, but mounting research shows positive links between... see more

When faculty in Butler University’s College of Education started hearing the stories of the many trailblazing graduates... see more

For alumni who graduated in advertising between the years of 1963 and 1990, there’s one particular professor whose name... see more

Advice from alumni is sometimes the perfect tool for increasing student engagement. Discover how an alumni speaker series... see more

When Sphero laid off 45 employees in early 2018, the Boulder, Co.-based company explained the difficult decision as an... see more

The applications of technologies are found across almost every luster of organizational learning especially teacher... see more

If you have not seen Sphero, it's a small hand-sized ball you can program easily to change colors, run a circuit, keep... see more

Sphero is known for its spherical robots that can be programmed to roll around and perform different functions. Sphero... see more

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sphero. The opinions and text are all mine. My first job... see more

Some 4th grade classrooms in Washington D.C. feel more like digital playgrounds than math classes this year

Sometimes, learning to code can be a struggle for students if they can’t see a direct application to the work they are... see more

In this blog post from Modern Teaching Aids, we Investigate ways in which you can use Sphero Bolt and Sphero SPRK+... see more

The Sphero is a sphere-shaped robot that moves by “rolling”, can light up different colors, and can activate different... see more

Boost student engagement with fun activities using Spheros, all while teaching your class a bunch of vital skills across... see more

Sphero is a robotic toy that bridges the gap between the analog and the digital in the classroom.