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How schools are designed and what students learn--and why--must be scrutinized with at least as much as enthusiasm as we muster for Netflix or sports. The post As Knowledge Demands Change, Curriculum Must Change, Too appeared first on TeachThought.
Friday April 24, 2020 (9:00 AM to 1:30 PM) Friday May 1, 2020 (1:00 PM to 2:00 PM) A Joint Education Training Opportunity Presented by: National Park Service, Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, The River Mile Network, Engaging Every Student, University of Idaho Extension and The REACH Museum...
Join author/educator Rick Reynolds for STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, & math) activities and readings of Beware of Mosquitula! and Mosquitula and the Great Gambusi. Get free copies of the books from Clackamas County Vector Control and explore the...
In the world’s first history book, Herodotus recounts how the ancient Lydians faced a prolonged period of food scarcity. Months passed without relief and despair set in, spurring the desperate Lydians to implement an unusual solution. Life was organized according to a two-day schedule, where they...
We are happy to share the following distance learning resources for HS Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) students and teachers.  [Link to overview of resources]  We have also organized webinars for teachers to set them up to utilize these distance learning resources.  Patterns HS...

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