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Critical Thinking - The Top Skill All Students Should Develop

Why did Bill Nye say that critical thinking is the most important skill for young people to develop? Who reviews the news and posts that we see every day on social media? And how much social media is ideal for our mental health?

Bill Nye on Girls' Education, Global Internet and EdTech

  How can we educate in a world where some students don't even have schools to attend?

Motivating Students to Learn in the 21st Century

How do teachers motivate students to learn? In a world where students have the world's information at their fingertips, an educator's role shifts from delivering content to generating that spark of inspiration.

The Avengers of EdTech

The superheroes of EdTech, who impact millions of students from around the world, gathered at the Sahara Tech Showcase 2019 to change education. See what happened, in this video introducing the Avengers of EdTech!

Swedish Teachers on the Future of Education

We, at NUITEQ, participated in the Teacher Union Lärarförbundet's event as exhibitors for our educational software, NUITEQ Snowflake.

NUITEQ Stage Success Story

In this video, Chris Southern, Business Development Manager at NUITEQ’s UK Partner, Sahara AV, explains how using NUITEQ Stage contributes to the growth of the company. We learn more about the most useful Stage capabilities and how Stage makes collaboration easy and work more efficient.

How Our Partners Leverage NUITEQ Snowflake for Success

In this video, NUITEQ's VP of Strategy and Content, Dr. Edward Tse, talks to our UK Partner, Clevertouch, and Clevertouch Distributor, Charmex, about how they use NUITEQ Snowflake to increase interactive displays sales.

Why do Teachers Advocate for Student Voice and Choice?

Student voice and choice? Why are so many educators advocating for it in the classroom? In some situations, there are a lot of risks associated with giving students voice and choice during class time.

How Mystery Classroom Activities Engage Students

A Gallup poll of 3000 students in the US found that only 32% of 11th graders said they felt engaged in schools. Many students don't have any engagement issues solving complex problems like those in an escape room. Can we take the mystery classroom concept and bring it into schools while still...