NPR Podcast: Engaging Students in STEM

Strategies to engage STEM students and benefits of authentic assessment
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Despite the desire for increasing students in STEM fields, educators still face challenges in keeping  STEM students engaged as they learn concepts like math, biology, physics, and other topics. Louise Krmpotic, Vice President for Enterprise Services at DigitalEd, discusses strategies for keeping students engaged, even in remote learning environments, as well as benefits of authentic …

1EdTech Recognizes Innovations to Combat COVID Learning Loss and Improve Virtual Medical Training

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

1EdTech™, the world-leading non-profit collaborative advancing edtech and learning impact, announced the nine winning projects in the Learning Impact Awards 2022 competition. The two Platinum Award winners were recognized for an innovative solution to combat COVID learning loss over the summer months and a teaching platform that allows institutions of higher education to share high-quality …

KYW Podcast: There was a Spike in Online Test Cheating Last Year. What Does it Mean?

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

In 2021, breaches in proctored online exams rose by more than 6%. So what does that mean? Are students suddenly cheating in school a lot more than they have, or is something else to blame? And what should be done to address these problems? We asked Louise Krmpotic, Vice President of educational enterprise for DigitalEd, a …

What the U.S. is Doing Right When it Comes to STEM Education

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

According to theNational Science Board’s Elementary and Secondary STEM Education report, the U.S. is behind many global competitors,?ranking 25th out of a list of 37 countries in mathematics literacy and seventh out of 37 countries in science. The U.S. is behind countries like Japan, South Korea, Estonia, and the Netherlands regarding average mathematics and science …

On Balance Podcast with Christina Perdikoulias

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

In this episode of On Balance, Dr. Rod Berger sat down with Christina Perdikoulias, president of Digital Ed, to discuss the immediate need for DigitalEd and how educators can bridge gaps in STEM education.

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology: Adapting and Improving for STEM

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Like most educators, we came to the stark realization over the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic that the way you build and teach your course in a live, in-person course isn’t as simple as just taking that content and moving it online when forced to go digital. Our educators needed a more intuitive …

EDUTECH Podcast with Jim Cooper, CEO and Founder, DigitalEd

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

On today’s show, the guys talk with Co-Founder and CEO of DigitalEd, Jim Cooper. We discuss DigitalEd and the ability to meet the needs of online STEM education and research, the state of education, the future of online learning and so much more. There’s also an EduTech Tip of the week! Up next…On the Edutechguys!

5 Ways K–12 Educators Can Empower Girls to Consider STEM

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

According to the American Association of University women, women hold just 28 percent of jobs in STEM fields in the U.S.. This disparity contributes to the wage gap and a variety of other inequalities, and the disparity starts long before women get to college. Among K–12 students, a recent national study by YouScience uncovered a significant career …

Antiquated online learning failed COVID’s test

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

t’s been about two years since many faculty first shifted their physical classrooms and labs online because of the COVID-19 pandemic. For almost everyone in academia across undergraduate and graduate levels, the pandemic sparked a disruptive shift from face-to-face instruction to distance online learning. Online teaching has evolved through emergency phases, from the original pivot to …

Hybrid Learning and the Future of STEM Education

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Educators are finding innovative ways of recreating the lab experience remotely and designing skills-based curricula that prepare students for the workplace. Digital modes of teaching will inevitably transform STEM education, but finding the right balance between online and in-person teaching formats presents a unique set of challenges. How universities can design a curriculum that offers …

Shaping the world through digital learning

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

When the education world shifted online due to the global pandemic, DigitalEd was ahead of the curve. With a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), DigitalEd’s online learning software Möbius produces learning experiences that result in better student engagement. The platform delivers lessons, assessments and interactive learning activities in North America, Europe, Asia …

Future-Proofing STEM Courses to Create World-Class Digital Teaching and Learning

Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Since March, universities have made radical changes to the way they teach STEM subjects, not only responding to the challenges of Covid-19, but also taking the opportunity to change and review pedagogical models. A Times Higher Education panel, hosted in partnership with DigitalEd, brought together a group of academics from around the UK who outlined the various …