Teaching and learning are no longer confined to the classroom but can take place virtually anywhere. Mobile broadband offers students and teachers a new level of access to information, such as Advanced Placement classes, unique coursework, or professional development classes previously unavailable. Hear from experts and practitioners on how mobile broadband is transforming education and driving learning outcomes, especially for rural and low-income communities.
The second phase of the DuPont Company on the Brandywine web exhibit is now online and accessible to users around the world. Since the release of the first phase of the project in early 2010 we have had over 23,000 visitors to the site. The exhibit covers the period during which the DuPont Company operated along the Brandywine River (1801-1921) on the grounds that now comprise the Hagley Museum and Library.
September 11 attacks (United States ), series of airline hijackings and suicide attacks committed by 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda against targets in the United States, the deadliest terrorist attacks on...
"Guides to Minnesota Reflections," a new resource for K-12 teachers and their students. The guides were created by teachers who are very familiar with the Minnesota K-12 teaching standards. They include tips on how to search Minnesota Reflections and ideas of how to develop lesson plans from the guides. We expect this site to grow, so check back often to look for more guides. Everyone is welcome to explore these guides.
“The greatest impact we’ll see on students as their libraries disappear is the disappearance of the community that a school library creates—not just as a learning environment, but as a place for students to come to meet up with each other, to create together, to find something good to read and have someone there to talk to them about it, a place to be inspired—and then motivated,” says California’s Williams. “Learning just doesn’t happen in a classroom, it needs to be encouraged, supported, directed, and inspired—all those things happen in the strong school library.”
As the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks draws near—and as the anniversary passes annually—we all recall where we were that day (as I did in this essay last year) .This week, we are honored that several of Britannica's contributors have...
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