Personalized, AI-Generated Reading Fluency Practice

Jul 11, 2024

Personalized, AI-Generated Reading Fluency Practice
Programs, Initiatives, Resources for Military Families and Educators

Jul 11, 2024

Programs, Initiatives, Resources for Military Families and Educators
Connecting to Nature Through Art and Poetry

Jul 09, 2024

Connecting to Nature Through Art and Poetry
Award for Literary Magazines Exhibiting High-Quality Student Writing and Design

Jul 09, 2024

Award for Literary Magazines Exhibiting High-Quality Student Writing and Design
Celebrating the Fourth of July with Uncle Sam

Celebrating the Fourth of July with Uncle Sam

In honor of the Fourth of July holiday, the National Museum of American Illustration (NMAI) has assembled a selection of Patriotic images. Read More

“Say What You See” —Artificial Intelligence at Play

“Say What You See” —Artificial Intelligence at Play

As artificial intelligence (AI) moves into every corner of modern life, it has enhanced how we have fun and seek connection. AI’s errors and odd responses can be super fun, and that understated fact has created a giant game environment. Read More

Process for Using Data to Improve Instruction

Process for Using Data to Improve Instruction

Based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE), the Data Wise Project supports educators in using collaborative data inquiry to drive continuous improvement of teaching and learning for all students. Read More

Physical Prowess, Artistic Excellence—Going for the Gold!

Physical Prowess, Artistic Excellence—Going for the Gold!

At the 1912 Stockholm Olympics, the perfect brushstroke was just as likely to win a medal as the quickest sprint. That year, Pierre de Coubertin—cofounder of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)—introduced a series of Olympic events in the fields of painting, literature, music, architecture, and sculpture, with the requirement that all creations must be sports-themed. Read More

Young People’s Continental Congress—Where Future and Past Meet

Young People’s Continental Congress—Where Future and Past Meet

The year 2024 marks the 250th anniversary of the First Continental Congress, one of the most significant events in the founding of our nation. Delegates from the American colonies came together in Carpenters’ Hall, in Philadelphia, to discuss their grievances with Great Britain and solidify a united American identity. Read More