Project-based learning is becoming increasingly popular as teachers look for a way to make lessons stick in the minds of their students. According to Edutopia, studies have shown that students who use project-based learning remember the material much longer and have healthier attitudes toward education.
Earlier today on Twitter someone asked me for suggestions for resources to use to teach students about current events. Three resources quickly came to mind. Those are Newsela, Youngzine, and Trend Watch.
Provides a huge range of resources to Kitchen Garden National Program Schools across Australia. The following free resources are a sample of the range of tools, information and activities that support the delivery of pleasurable food education in primary schools.
Over the weekend on the FreeTech4Teachers Facebook Page I received a message from a technology integration coordinator who was looking for some apps that might be appropriate for middle school anatomy and physiology lessons.
Money is a necessary tool, but like any other, it can easily lead its untrained users into uncomfortable — perhaps even painful — situations. So why, then is, financial literacy an educational requirement in less than half of the states in the U.S.? Students deserve to approach life armed with the knowledge they need to understand money matters. The following resources can give you insight into how to bring financial literacy into your classroom.
Preparing students to live and work successfully in a pluralistic nation and a global community requires opportunities for them to engage in curricular content that furthers the ideals of justice and equality upon which the nation was founded. Anti-bias curriculum provides an understanding of diverse perspectives, strengthens critical thinking skills, challenges the development of emerging biases, and builds skills and motivation to take action against injustice.
CK-12 has long offered tutorials and practice exercises for middle school and high school science and math students. Today, CK-12 unveiled a new collection for resources for elementary school mathematics.
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Cool Australia is educating young Australians for a sustainable future.
Our vision is for every Australian student to leave school with a clear understanding of our natural world (natural capital), how it supports our very existence and the responsibility we all have to ensure it’s valued properly and invested in.
The mission of Cool Australia is to provide online educational material and support to the teaching community. We bring sustainability and our environment into Australian classrooms, providing teachers with engaging, fun and informative learning activities and units of work on a whole range of topics.
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