The Wild Adventure Girls Channel is a fun, one-stop connection for youth in grades 4–8 to a wild world of awesome adventures, science experiments, crafts, SLIME videos, DIYs, up-close animal encounters, “how-to” videos, and videos that are “laugh out loud funny”!
Conservation and protection of wildlife species and their habitats are at the core of the Wildlife.net mission. The group’s focus is on building a community and network of members from around the world who care about the environment humans share with wildlife species and are inspired to protect nature and integrate nature into their communities.
McGraw Hill’s mobile study app, SHARPEN, helps students who have been turning to social media to find studying help. The app assists students in learning through continuous content feeds, short videos, swipe-able study tools, and a personalized activity dashboard.
Teens & Tech offers a freecurriculum about how the brain development of adolescents affects their technology use and wellbeing. The curriculum, developed in a partnership between University of North Carolina (UNC)-Chapel Hill researchers and middle school educators, meets National Health Education Standards for middle schoolers.
Each month we publish blogs and newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in July.