Curriculum Focusing on the Impact of Plastics on the Planet

May 30, 2024

Curriculum Focusing on the Impact of Plastics on the Planet
Free Classes from Google & Adobe Certifying Educators in Basic AI

May 30, 2024

Free Classes from Google & Adobe Certifying Educators in Basic AI
D-Day Lesson: Comparing Primary and Secondary Sources

May 28, 2024

D-Day Lesson: Comparing Primary and Secondary Sources
Activities Exploring How Society Turned to STEM in World War II

May 28, 2024

Activities Exploring How Society Turned to STEM in World War II
Cicada Location App for Tracking Two Buzzy Broods

Cicada Location App for Tracking Two Buzzy Broods

Trillions of periodical cicadas will emerge from the ground this spring, bringing with them their loud buzzing and molted exoskeletons. There are two broods of periodical cicadas—those that emerge every 13 years and those that emerge every 17 years. Read More

App Exploring How World War I Changed America

App Exploring How World War I Changed America

The Doughboy Foundation’s World War I Memorial “Virtual Explorer” app brings a “walk-around-inside-it” digital 3D model of the National WWI Memorial to students, at home or in classrooms, using iOS or Android smartphones and tablets. Read More

Back to the Future9

Back to the Future9

Have you heard that song that goes “I wish that I knew what I know now … when I was younger?” For me, it brings to mind the Future9 Competencies, reDesign’s free and open-source framework reflecting our best thinking on competency design for lifelong learning, living, working, and contributing in a community. This tool would… Read More

Competition That Emulates a Professional STEM Symposium

Competition That Emulates a Professional STEM Symposium

Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) is a STEM competition sponsored by the US Department of Defense that challenges high school students from everywhere to achieve, and to build the skills that prepare them for college and career. Read More

Donations of Supplies for Art Projects

Donations of Supplies for Art Projects

A lack of art supplies is a major issue with schools around the country and is particularly acute in K–12. Art is not just students having fun; it is a critical part of releasing energy and uses many of the skills that students are learning in other subjects, including math and engineering skills. Read More