How can teachers easily and effectively incorporate career experiences into their existing curriculum? Here's a 2 step solution.
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When students become part of their own learning they take pride in their education and become more engaged.
College and career readiness for students is a growing initiative across the United States. There are countless ways in which teachers can support this effort.Here are three practices that can move your students along the continuum of career readiness and success.
As the CAO of an edtech company, I lead onsite professional development (PD) sessions for K-12 educators. I am often surprised when I begin a session and a majority of the participants do not know why they are there or the purpose of the session. I’ve found that the most productive and successful PD sessions often share common elements.
Working with a number of school systems around the country, I have witnessed a number of commonalities that have led to successful STEM learning experiences and initiatives.
4-H students are spending a lot of their time focused on areas like civics, sustainable living, technology, and leadership skills—and they’re doing it largely on their own.
Parties, shopping and vacation time can derail learning. Here are rock-solid solutions to keep students on task