Checkology virtual classroom, created in a partnership between the News LiteracyProject and the Facebook Journalism Project, is an immersive online learning hub where students in grades 6–12 can hone their critical thinking skills to become and stay informed.
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is offering a freesymposium broadcast on November 1, 2018, from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. (ET). Educators are invited to watch live on that day to hear experts discuss the need and explore how to transform education about Native Americans to inspire a more comprehensive vision of history and shared experiences.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) Making Caring Common2018–2019 Youth Advisory Board is a diverse group of young people from across the country who are committed to making schools caring and respectful places through everyday interactions.
Samsung Solve for Tomorrowproject engages students in using STEM to positively impact their community, while competing for a chance to win a share of $2 million in technology and supplies for their school. Here’s how it works: teachers apply with an idea on how to use STEM skills to positively impact their community. The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow site is easy to access and navigate. After they complete their application, teachers are encouraged to create a fundraising project on DonorsChoose.org,giving them the opportunity to raise funds for supplies to implement their Samsung Solve for Tomorrow project. For the first 3,500 applicants, Samsung will match 50 percent of the amount raised, up to $200 per school. Samsung Solve for Tomorrow delivers student involvement, teacher and school recognition, community outreach, super prizes, and funds from DonorsChoose.org to support Samsung Solve for Tomorrow projects. Start your application now.