Time to Climb is designed to ignite friendly competition and interactivity in the classroom while assessing students’ understanding.
The new interactive lessons use MIND’s “play, discuss, apply” model to deepen learning through whole-class discussion
The supplemental curriculum for math, science, writing, English/language arts and reading aligns with TEKS and prepares students for STAAR
An executive director of high school instruction shares how his district is transforming its induction program into an ongoing support system for early-career teachers.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum website offers educators a wealth of resources and guidelines for teaching about this sensitive topic.
If we’re going to help our kids become knowledgable, engaged, and active citizens, they need to be solving problems and addressing questions.
ARKive is a digital library that contains more than 100,000 high-quality videos and photographs of the world's animals, plants, and fungi.
The Driving Question or Investigative Question in Project Based learning and STEM can be often the hardest concept to get across to teachers.
The Project Idea Cards are downloadable, standards-based project ideas addressing a range of grade levels and subjects - from math and science to history and English.
The Stanford History Education Group website provides teachers with document-based curriculum and innovative assessments that are ready to use in the classroom.
What’s the bacon of social studies? That one thing that is so delicious that you need to integrate it into your classroom?
You can get students to think and problem solve with the fabulous STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) activities and resources below.
The seven experiments found in the activity module explore frictional forces, motion, and simple machines, such as the lever, ramp, and pulley.