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The latest alternative to the traditional school desk is called the ‘Green Microcycle,’ a stationary bike equipped with a reading stand so kids can exercise...
Complex problem solving abilities, comfort communicating, and an understanding of both globalization and technology are the skills that Pulitzer Prize-winning...
With the popularity of STEM education at an all time high, it’s easy to see why counties and schools nationwide are trying to explore new ways of communicating...
In an attempt to level the playing field even more when it comes to getting students connected outside of the classroom, Google has issued a $344,000 grant in...
A survey from the Center for Digital Education in partnership with the National School Boards Association has found that personalized learning is the number...
Check out this week's STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news.  New Institute Helps Teachers Get on Fast Track to Teach STEM ...
How Can Schools Keep Up With the Pace of Innovation?     As Bill Gates said, “The pace of innovation today is faster than ever...
Northwestern University’s Benjamin Jones and Duke University’s Aaron Chatterji are proposing a new online platform called Edustar. The online platform would be...
Suicide prevention is a sensitive, yet ongoing topic of discussion in schools. It often goes hand-in-hand with the subject of bullying, but a school may have...
To say the educational technology push has been heavily debated would be a complete understatement. There are places in the world where technology is annexed...
Though there’s a recent push for teaching STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to America’s students, one political scientist argues that the way...
One of the best forms of learning can come from your peers. You can often envision things in ways that others might not—and vice versa. Therefore, it is no...
It’s officially spring--and that means the nice weather can serve as a distraction to restless students. There’s no better way to grab students’ attention than...
The Grand Canyon University was home to the 2016 Google EdTech Summit where educators from all over Arizona met to learn about the different tools that is...
This week in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) news, reading about the 42 all-girl robotics team from New York City will serve as your...
U.S. Senator Patty Murray is backing a bill that would supply $15 million per year for women and minorities studying STEM education. Part of the $15 million is...
Two teachers’ unions in the Canadian province of Ontario are receiving attention for urging schools to turn off Wi-Fi due to the health concerns it might pose...
The field of education is in constant evolution. One thing seems to be certain, however, and this is that the personalized learning model continues to be one...
Lesson: Articles, Active Voice and Passive Voice In this lesson plan, you’ll be getting a 2-for-1 deal as we will examine and provide...
The Department of Education is weighing in on what makes a great makerspace through its competition, the Career Technical Education (CTE) Makeover Challenge...

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