This Cisconian is Making Math Fun!
Cisco Collaboration Engineer Kiran B. knew he had to make math fun to encourage young minds to be excited about the subject. This is his story on how he's doing just that!
Technology that Helps Humanity
This article was originally published on Cisco’s internal employee news site, Cisco Employee Connection. The Internet of Everything is beginning to transform every aspect of our lives. Can we still change this world for the better by connecting people, data, process and things? Corporate Affairs SVP Tae Yoo says, “More than ever.” “As the Internet […]
Investing in Innovation Pays Off for Math Students
This week, Cisco will receive the National Partner in Innovation Award from MIND Research Institute, based in Southern California. We are honored, but that’s not what is most important. While many such awards are given annually by nonprofits to recognize their donors, this award actually acknowledges a decade-long partnership between Cisco and MIND to improve […]
Removing Language Barriers from Math Education Improves Student Achievement
What if your biggest challenge in learning math was that you could not understand the words that the teacher used to convey math concepts? That the language in the math book was not your first language? Or that your learning disability involved difficulties with words and reading? Dr. Matthew Peterson, co-founder and COO of MIND […]
Cisco Partners Recognized for Promoting Achievement in K-12 Education
This week, 2 of Cisco’s current or former education nonprofit partners were recognized by Business Roundtable for their work to prepare U.S. K-12 students for college and the workplace. MIND Research Institute. MIND’s Spatial Temporal (ST) Math program is a language-free, web-based software program that uses animation to help students learn key math concepts. Cisco support […]
Cisco Shares Expertise on STEM Education at National Conference
The U.S. National STEM Solutions Conference is just around the corner and the Cisco CSR team will be among the more than 2,000 business, education, and government leaders from around the United States in attendance at the Austin Convention Center from June 17 to 19, in efforts to continue change in STEM (science, technology, engineering, […]