The Pop History Dig is a magazine-styled website with more than 250 stories that cover a range of topics, often focusing on the history and power of popular culture. One goal of the site is to use the visibility of popular culture—its music, film, literature, and famous personalities—to engage readers on topics ranging from civil rights history to the power of the entertainment industry.
Each month we publish blogs and several newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in August.
Studytracks is an award-winning innovation in education that takes the curriculum and puts it to music to drive engagement, retention, and achievement in and out of the classroom. The app was created in the UK by an award-winning songwriter and music producer who wanted to help his son learn physics.
EarSketch is a STEAM-based program for underrepresented populations in high school computer science education. The programprovides an innovative learning experience by blending computer-coding concepts with music theory.
Everyone Can Create is a new curriculum from Apple Education that brings creative expression to every subject.Designed with the help of educators and creative professionals, the program teaches students to develop and communicate ideas through video, photography, music, and drawing.