In this SOS Top Ten list, we showcase instructional strategies that support “Becoming Interested in Learning,” Phase 1 of McREL International’s six-phase model of learning.
Have you ever stopped and considered, rather than asking your students what they want to be, maybe we should ask them what problems do they want to solve. According to the Herb Kelleher Center, Generation Z , our students today, are very focused on the world’s problems. In fact, 76% are already concerned about humanity’s
Boeing has a fantastic, brand new program called FUTURE U. that inspires students to become future innovators. Students in grades 6-12 are ignited with STEM-focused resources and learn from real expert aerospace professionals about careers in the industry. The FUTURE U. educational resources include the Innovating the Future Virtual Field Trip to Johnson Space Center,
Try a new twist on a tried and true strategy: Now Screening.
Try a new twist on a tried and true strategy: Silence is Golden.
As a young girl, I remember watching my father spend hours out in the garage working on projects. Some projects would be small, like tabletop puzzles that he created on the scroll saw; while others, were large like my captain’s bed, complete with under the bed pull-out drawers for storage. I would grab all the
The most quoted definition of a global citizen is a 1997 one promoted by Oxfam in the United Kingdom. It states a global citizen is someone who: is aware of the wider world and has a sense of their own role as a world citizen respects and values diversity has an understanding of how the
April Fools Day is here and it’s always a challenge to celebrate this tricky day with students. This year, we’re encouraging you to focus on education as a means to keep oneself from getting fooled! Take a look at some of our series that delve into myths, stunts, and legends and choose a few to
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