SmartBrief: Connecting STEM and Ethics
Posted By KinderLab Christina On March 4, 2020 in Media Coverage
In this article, SmartBrief sat down with Mitch Rosenberg, KinderLab’s CEO to discuss STEM, technology and Ethics.
The article reads in part:
Schools around the country are expanding programs with the goal of providing their students the science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics skills that will put them on the path to success in school and future careers. As educators focus on teaching technical knowledge and skills, it’s easy to lose sight of an essential part of STEAM education: helping students develop an understanding of how their high-tech work might affect themselves and their fellow human beings.
SmartBrief Education chatted about STEAM and ethics with Mitch Rosenberg, CEO of KinderLab, maker of KIBO, a screen-free STEAM robot kit. KIBO is designed by Marina Umaschi Bers and her DevTech Research Group at Tufts University. In this interview, Rosenberg talks about how, as he puts it, “Ethics is behind everything we do—from our employees, to the value of our robot and what it offers our youngest learners.”
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