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A Teacher’s Guide to AI: Demystifying Tech for the Classroom

Many teachers feel exhausted at the end of the academic year, emotionally and physically. There is so much for a teacher to do that has nothing to do with teaching. This is why it's worth trying to...

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STEM

Tired of Pushing Science To The Side? Give It A Boost In The Classroom

As this school year winds down, I've talked with colleagues and reflected on changes I'd love to see in U.S. schools. I keep thinking about the degree to which the national conversation on improving...

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STEM

This Pi Day, Let's Celebrate Girls Killing It at STEM

Schools, businesses, nonprofits, governments and militaries around the world are slowly waking up to the need to close the gender gap in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields,...

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student support

3 Ways We Can Support the Unique Needs of English Language Learners After the Pandemic

Picture this: a Spanish-speaking student in the back of the classroom struggling to understand a lecture. Now picture this: a Spanish-speaking student in the back of the classroom struggling to...

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COVID-19

Let's Spark Students' Interest in the Science That Makes a Difference in Their Daily Lives

As the end of one of the most difficult school years approaches, and after more than a year of educators transforming the way they teach and interact with their students, scientific developments are...

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STEM

NASA’s Diana Trujillo Didn’t Just Put Perseverance on Mars. She’s Leading the Way for Underrepresented STEM Students.

NASA Flight Director Diana Trujillo put the Perseverance rover on Mars last month. Not only did it look super cool, but successfully landing a spacecraft on Mars has proven nearly impossible to...

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