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How to Develop Future-Ready Students

How to Develop Future-Ready Students

We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist … using technologies that haven’t been invented … in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.”

—Richard Riley, former Secretary of Education

This quote from former […]

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Spring Into STEM Learning

By Dr. Jacie Maslyk

 

A group of students gathers outside in a large grassy area.  Their teacher is giving directions and assigning students to teams; launch team, diagnostic team, retrieval team, and evaluation team.

The students have spent several […]

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Tips for Using PBL in the Remote Math Classroom

Tips for Using PBL in the Remote Math Classroom

Teaching math in a remote classroom needs to be even more engaging than face-to-face since we are not next to our students to give them a nudge when they are off task.  One way to engage them while reinforcing our math standards and practices is by […]

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Make Every Day PI Day

Make Every Day PI Day

In just a few days, on March 14, I will join with my friends, colleagues and millions of others around the globe to celebrate Pi Day. For the uninitiated, Pi Day is an annual celebration that honors Pi, the numerical value of the ratio of the […]

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Learning Experiences that Build Future-Ready Skills

By Rachelle Dene Poth

 

It is important for us as educators to continue to ask ourselves two questions: ​"How can we best prepare our students for the future?” ​and "How can we best prepare ourselves?" We have been looking toward the future, […]

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Engaging Students with Puzzles

Engaging Students with Puzzles

National Puzzle Day is January 29th and this would be a great time to encourage students to do a crossword puzzle, number puzzle, logic puzzle, physical puzzle, or a word search. There is a lot of data indicating that solving puzzles helps develop a […]

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