The format for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education has gone from textbooks and laboratories to digital learning, as educators incorporate online apps, websites, software, and interactive-based study aids in their classrooms. As more schools across the country embrace and implement such tools to better prepare future next generations for high-tech STEM careers, major companies continue to unveil new digital products and initiatives to keep up with the pace. Here is a look at the some of the latest types of digital learning.
Electronics are becoming increasingly important to our way of life and our economy. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, worldwide electronics sales are expected to reach $1.11 trillion this year. The more widespread these devices become, the more concern has been raised over the way they are produced, the way they are disposed of, and their inclusion of potentially dangerous substances, which could potentially be harmful to the living environment.
These concerns are manifested by a combination of regulatory action and public awareness that could potentially exert considerable influence on the industry in the years ahead. Read more