REIMAGINING EDUCATION AS WE WORK THROUGH THE PANDEMIC

REIMAGINING EDUCATION AS WE WORK THROUGH THE PANDEMIC

Johns Hopkins Education Professor and good friend Dr. Carey Borkoski talks about creating a process and prioritizing needs for all students based on what we have learned in these troubling times.

Read her article on page 6 of the Back-to-School 2020 issue of Equity & Access here.

Best Practices for High-Impact Learning

Best Practices for High-Impact Learning

Edison Learning is a company that believes in producing high-quality, rigorous curriculum that works for ALL students with an emphasis on underrepresented groups in low socioeconomic urban areas or rural communities. Meet Dr Wendy Oliver, their Chief Learning Officer.

CREATING A CULTURE OF STEM AMIDST COVID FOR STUDENTS IN CLARENDON COUNTY, SC

CREATING A CULTURE OF STEM AMIDST COVID FOR STUDENTS IN CLARENDON COUNTY,  SC

Superintendent  Dr. Shawn Johnson is our guest as we look at the reasons why they chose to emphasize STEM, how it’s working and next steps for students and teachers. Discovery Education’s Anna Strassner, who has been helping them create and use the program, discusses the work. These are always fun shows highlighting districts on the track of Ed tech and STEM.

CANADIAN ED TECH UPDATE: THE MINDSHARE REPORT

CANADIAN  ED TECH UPDATE: THE MINDSHARE REPORT

Publisher Robert Martellacci, our Canadian partner and King of Canadian Ed Tech, is our guest with tremendous insight and information on education in Canada. We also encourage you to check out the Mindshare Learning Technology section of the journal.

NCSS: Previewing the 2020 National Social Studies/Geography Virtual Convention

NCSS: Previewing the 2020 National Social Studies/Geography Virtual Convention

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE SOCIAL STUDIES PREVIEWING THE 2020 VIRTUAL NCSS CONVENTION

Advancing Social Justice is the theme, but it covers even more than that as geography educators join in with the theme Envisioning a Global Future. Learn all about it… and start planning now, because the social studies are more important than ever.