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Young people from all over the world are invited to participate as students in Nevada build and launch a stratospheric STEM learning platform.
Along with teaching students the required content, PBL teaches them skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and accountability, self-regulation, and reflection.
Like a story, lessons deserve compelling beginnings and endings. From pop culture connections to finishing with a level-up, here are eight strategies for holding students' attention.
Through refocusing, clarifying instructions, and affirming progress, you can have a rich, deep impact on short- and long-term engagement one student at a time.
Origami, the ancient art of paper folding, has applications in the modern-day classroom for teaching geometry, thinking skills, fractions, problem solving, and fun science.
School leaders and administrators: Check out these suggestions for supporting growth and development in the teachers you lead.
If there's something pushing you out of your current role or pulling you towards another one, consider this: Pursue the exploration!