By Karen Abrams, MBA Ed.D Curriculum Development – Education Technology ‘25 “A job for life is now a thing of the past. The World Bank estimates that 4 out of 5 children entering primary school today will eventually hold jobs that do not currently exist. These fast-changing realities leave ripple effects on communities worldwide, but the world’s poorest are likely […]

Modern farms and agricultural operations work far differently than those a few decades ago, primarily because of advancements in technology, including sensors, devices, machines, and information technology. Today’s agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies such as robots, temperature and moisture sensors, aerial images, and GPS technology. These advanced devices and precision agriculture and robotic systems allow businesses to be more profitable, […]

STEMGuyana co-founder L. Caleb Christian last week graduated from the prestigious New York University with 2 majors and 1 minor and he achieved this feat in 4 years. Caleb graduated with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Integrated Digital Media from the Tandon School of Engineering, a Bachelors of Science Degree in Media, Culture & Communications from the Steinhardt School […]

Last week the National library gave permission for children from the Tiger Bay community to participate in the after-school technology integrated Learning Pod tutoring program.  The children will continue to meet on the last Saturday of each month at their former location for their robotics class but club leader Marvin Drakes shared that,  “We welcome this new location because it […]

A leaf sensor is a phytometric device (measurement of plant physiological processes) that measures water loss or the water deficit stress (WDS) in plants by real-time monitoring the moisture level in plant leaves.  Photometric devices measure the physiological responses of a plant or group of plants to various environmental factors. The leaf sensor approximates the thermal mass and radiative properties […]

By Karen Abrams, MBA – Ed.D Curriculum Development – Education Technology ‘25 Innovation is defined as the improvement of existing products, processes, services, and business or organizational models which drive long-term economic growth, competitiveness, and quality-of-life improvements, or the creation of entirely new ones.  A U.S. Department of Commerce study found that technological innovation has been responsible for as much […]

On Wednesday May 18th, STEMGuyana launched an expanded “home” version of the learning pods program which allows students across the country to register, log in and work on technology integrated short lessons in Maths, English and Science. These lessons for 1st through 10th grade students were created based on the Ministry of Education’s curriculum and are made available free of […]

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