Feb. 21, 2013 10:30 am
At Springside Chestnut Hill Academy this year, the administration rolled out a new curriculum meant to teach students how to observe phenomenon, propose a solution to a problem and take that idea through several incarnations, working out the kinks along the way.
Feb. 14, 2013 10:00 am
It's because of the growing business influence of the broad, local technology industry that Campus Philly has hosted three technology-related events in the last four months.
Feb. 4, 2013 11:00 am
PennApps Finishathon: crowdsource a building’s temperature, a dorm room doorbell and other hackathon updates
As a hackathon community in Philadelphia has grown in the last five years, there has been growing interest in keeping projects alive after they launch. Take a look here at all the hackathons planned for 2013. After programmers and the ideas for software, applications, data tools and other technologies come alive during one of those […]
Jan. 29, 2013 9:00 am
The spirit of entrepreneurship is crushed in the current school system, said Kevin Hogan, the editor-in-chief of Technology & Learning Magazine, at education conference EduCon this weekend. Hogan was moderating the Sunday morning panel titled, “What Does the Entrepreneurial Spirit Mean for Schools?” at the seventh annual EduCon, a three-day conference about innovation in education […]