The nonpartisan, nonprofit News Literacy Project (NLP) has launched a tool for teachers to help them fight disinformation and strengthen news literacy. The tool is aimed in part at highlighting the importance of the First Amendment and value of the free press.
Imagine students saying, “I get to go to summer school”—about MATH! The MIND Research Institute’s new five-week program, designed specifically for summer school use in K–5, immerses students in rich math experiences. The program provides pre- and post-assessments, number-sense games, small-group instruction, and much more. Ninety-minute blocks, five days a week is all it takes to help build confidence and facilitate a deep conceptual understanding. Get started today and make sure your students are ready to hit the ground running in the fall.
A four-day virtual festival, GRAMMY in the Schools will celebrate music and music education during the week leading up to the GRAMMY Awards broadcast. Beginning March 28, 2022, the virtual festival will feature educators and professional musicians sharing insights on music as an art and a business.
The New York Times Learning Network has published a lesson on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the hope that it can both help students understand what has led to the “most significant European war in almost 80 years” and encourage them to follow along as the news develops.
Guide students to their fullest potential with these 15 teacher-tested ideas to infusecreativity in the classroom. Edtech learning can assist students to express, engage, and connect in the classroom, allowing students to lean in to their individual learning styles. Encourage student creativity through new technology-led learning experiences.