Simple Interactions, a project of the Fred Rogers Center in partnership with researchers at Harvard University and University of Pittsburgh, has been adopted by schools, afterschool and summer programs, and other organizations for children in 35 states and several countries, including in China, Canada, and Scotland. Under the program, educators’ interactions with children are filmed to help strengthen relationships and educators’ professional growth.
Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics (BEAM) creates pathways for underserved students to become scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and computer scientists. The nonprofit has provided its services for free to more than 600 students since 2011.
Hosted by The School of The New York Times, the NYC Summer Academy gives intellectually curious high school students the opportunity to live and learn in New York City while studying topics in journalism, media, technology, arts, culture, sports, fashion, business, science, and more.
Now in its fourteenth year, Sino-American Bridge for Education and Health (SABEH), welcomes experienced teachers of all subjects and grade levels to apply for a four- to six-week trip to China in July 2018.
Little Scholars, a leading provider of afterschool enrichment programs, summer camps, and tutoring, is looking for exceptional teachers for a unique teaching experience. Little Scholars hires teachers who appreciate organic learning beyond the tests. Its enrichment programs and summer camps are offered at local public and private schools. Little Scholars provides the curriculum, including the materials and supplies, to teach the programs. Tutoring is individualized for each student: the tutors choose from a variety of proven methods when planning lessons to make sure each student is successful. Little Scholars is perfect for teachers, education students, retired teachers, and teachers looking for part-time work. Visit the website to learn more and submit your résumé.