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Super Health, Super You: A Balancing Act

Super Health, Super You: A Balancing Act

By Kristen Davis, 1st Grade Educator from Jay Elementary School, Santa Rosa County, Florida School District Super Health, Super You Discovery Education Program Ambassador   As teachers trying to change the landscape of education to match the progress of technology, we understand how important it is to make sure students are fluent in technology and

Teach Students How to Power a Business Using Green Energy!

Solar or Wind? Decision-Making in Entrepreneurship How much do your students know about the real-world applications of STEAM learning? Don’t miss the new activity from the Ford STEAM Lab, Powering A Business Plan, that challenges students to apply their STEAM skills to real-world situations like opening a business! In Powering A Business Plan, students will

NEW Design Thinking Activity from the Ford STEAM Lab! Challenge Students to Use Empathy in Problem-Solving

Design Thinking as a Strategy to Teach Empathy Searching for new ways to excite students about STEAM learning this summer? Introduce Designed to Shine in your next summer camp or summer school class! Developed in partnership with the Ford STEAM Lab, this hands-on lesson challenges students to use Design Thinking to create a prototype of

Get Off the Bench and Into the Game with Special Guest Pittsburgh Steelers’ Antonio Brown!

One Week Left to Register: A Numbers Game: Data-Driven Decision-Making and Video Game Development! RUN the numbers, PASS the insights, and SCORE the skills needed to create the magic of Madden with the NEW Virtual Field Trip. We are taking students behind-the-scenes of EA SPORTS to learn how DATA dominates video game development with special guest Antonio

Help Them Find Their Fit

In our previous post, we looked at resources to help students develop their academic resume and personal statement.  This week, let’s focus in on assisting students to find what they’re passionate about and translating that into career path goals. Identifying these goals before defining a path for after high school can help students find a

Embrace the #PowerOfEcon April 26th

Econ Essentials Several years ago, I began incorporating more economic concepts into the Entrepreneurship course I teach at Mansfield High School. I wanted my students to truly understand how the outside world would affect their small businesses. They needed to know the basic economic concepts of supply and demand, how production costs are calculated, and

Bring the Magic of Madden to Life with a NEW Virtual Field Trip

  A Numbers Game: Data-Driven Decision-Making and Video Game Development! Did you know that more than 400 people work on Madden NFL every year – that’s enough to field more than seven football teams! Fun statistics are just the start of what students will learn in this exclusive look at the data that helps create

Positioning Students for the Future

In our previous post, we looked at resources to help students and families understand the true cost of college and research different types of financial aid.  This week, we focus in on student self-advocacy and how they can put their best foot forward for admissions recruiters. Resumes aren’t just something used when seeking employment. Building

10 Ways to Celebrate Financial Literacy Month from the Cha-Ching Band!

The lively cartoon band, Cha-Ching has lots of great ways to help you and your students celebrate Financial Literacy Month. Here’s their top countdown of greatest hits! 1.Press Play! Listen to one (or all!) of Cha-Ching’s 17 music videos which teach kids the basics of financial literacy. 2. Join us for a-rockin’ good time in

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