Join us this week to explore the power of creativity and choice in the classroom to empower students to take ownership of their learning.
Join us in our conversation with Dr. Winston Benjamin, a Social Studies and English Language Arts facilitator in the Renton School District in Washington. He shares his expertise in culturally responsive teaching to begin a conversation about how we as teachers must challenge our beliefs and examine our own biases to create a classroom that supports all students—celebrating their experience and applying it to their learning process.
Use technology to efficiently and effectively improve the content, organization, and coherence of your writing.
Using a Fuzzy Friend, students will be introduced to algorithmic thinking and following sequential steps.
Explore how students can learn more about renewable energy and how it can improve the quality of life for those around us.
While the past year resulted in disruption in schooling, as we look forward, can we shift the focus of the national dialogue from learning loss to accelerating learning? Join us as we talk with Dr. Lynn Kepp, Vice President of Executive Communication and Project Management Office at AVID Center, about how AVID is shifting the conversation to focus on student agency.
Join us for the last installment of our SEL series where we reframe the narrative. Rather than focusing on learning loss, we explore what we have learned this year that has led to growth and resiliency.
Have students explore the expansion of the universe with this lesson where they will graph real data for given galaxies to calculate the age of the universe.
Explore ways to integrate technology as you transition from the planning stage to writing your first draft.