The Mars Student Imaging Project is an online curriculum that emphasizes planetary science to get kids engaged in the imaging work of NASA scientists.
The 1619 Project is a collection of articles and supporting materials on slavery and its significance to American history and culture by the New York Times.
It’s time to consider new, innovative approaches to improving and expanding educational opportunities in rural communities.
Students can choose from five modules -- States, Science, American History, Biography, and Social Studies, each one with a number of subtopics to explore.
Gale is focused on connecting libraries to where research and learning is happening by embedding the library more effectively into user workflow.
In this post, I'll describe seven types of search engines all students and teachers should be aware of.
What are the strategies that are important to research before a student enters that first keyword in the search box?
Students choose research projects that range from transcribing documents from Shakespeare's era to cataloging galaxies through Galaxy Zoo.
A new meta-analysis of 15 years of research studies reveals that giving every student a laptop increased student achievement and gave a boost to students’ 21st-century skills.
In DBQuest, students are provided with a Big Question that is used to guide student thinking and examination using three selected primary resources.
Scrible is a web-based (Chrome browser extension and website) bookmarking, annotation, and research-paper-creation tool.
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