Interviews with Education Innovators
Young people are frequently exposed to ambitious dreams of changing the world, and a practical way of expressing said interest is through research in science fairs; however, do science fairs provide everyone an equal opportunity to produce meaningful research? One study by the University of Toronto1 suggests that students who have laboratory exposure typically dominate […]
Guest article written by: Bob McDonald Year after year, educational institutions continue to pour funding into digital technologies, updating classrooms and curriculums for a heavily digitized 21st-century. While it often seems that each new semester brings another digital arts endowment or emerging technologies grant, very few of these investments focus on actually updating campus-wide […]
Guest Article: By Stephen D. Senturia One of the gates to the Harvard Yard carries the inscription, “Enter to Grow in Wisdom.” [Tweet “The corresponding gate to Success in Academia is inscribed: “Publish or Perish.” “]Unless you have been fortunate enough to turn your PhD Thesis into a best-selling book, your main pathway to publishing […]
As it should be, social media and technology can be an intimidating territory for educators. Currently, 80% of teachers use social media venues for personal or professional reasons. All professionals are held to a high standard online, however, for educators, those standards are even greater. For those who do not work in education, it can […]
Happy Hands Dispenser Design Contest The Deb Group has a fun contest to get students excited to be back. Today, Deb Group today opened pre-registration for its first Happy Hands Dispenser Design Contest. The program was created to promote the importance of proper hand hygiene at school in an artistic and creative manner by giving […]
Robyn Shulman I was honored to chat with Karl Mehta, the founder and CEO of EdCast Inc. Thousands of new education technology platforms have emerged in the past decade. As education technology continues to grow, it is important to identify services with purpose and meaning. Technology that makes a difference in the world is the […]
LinkedIn originally published this article as part of the LinkedIn’s Avoid Student Debt Series. By: Robyn Shulman, 2016 Before the Internet was alive and well in the eyes of the public, there was very little awareness built around different ways to save money for higher education. As a child, I grew up in an underprivileged […]
By Liz Texeira Last month, I visited students in Kibera, Africa’s largest slum, who live in a 1.3 square mile area packed with startling poverty, regular violence, and some say over a million other people. But these girls are in school, with plans to become an engineer, a teacher, a neurosurgeon. In Mozambique, I met […]
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About Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you find valuable information on our site and please reach out anytime. I am a certified K-9 teacher, an education journalist and I launched the first graduate advising program for National Louis University. I supported over 2,500 graduate students. To learn more about me, please visit my LinkedIn profile by clicking the image above.