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Add a Dash of Math

high school, holiday, mathematics, preschool, elementary, middle school

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Children are often eager to help in the kitchen by measuring, mixing, and licking the spoon, of course. These helping hands often have inquiring minds, so why not use the opportunity to introduce some math skills. Here’s a list of some simple ways to mix math into your holiday baking traditions.

Take STEM Outside the Classroom

student achievement, teaching, STEAM, STEM, enrichment, science, engineering, mathematics, technology

When it comes to topics in education, STEM always tops the list. As a parent, you’ve likely seen or heard this acronym many times.

Encouraging your child to explore the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math is becoming more important than ever before, and doing so is probably easier than you think.

Unbreakable Bonds: Teacher-Student Duo Conquers Real-World Adversity Through Online Connection

elearning, online learning, student achievement, personalized learning, online teaching

With the right tools, a great teacher, and the proper learning environment, student possibilities are limitless. The story of Kitana (Kit) Graham and Julianne Brancadora proves that no obstacle is too great to overcome when all are aligned in pursuit of student success.  

Shielding Yourself with Web Security

edtech, technology, digital citizenship

Smart devices have given us instant access to the web, no matter where we are or what we’re doing. They’ve changed the way we do business, how we entertain ourselves, and the manner in which we socialize.

Consequently, web conveniences have opened a plethora of doors for hackers to target your credit, personal information, and identity. Today, we’re going behind the scenes of web security and giving you tips to stay safe.

The Connections Kids Actually Want

edtech, technology, digital citizenship

In today’s world, people can connect with one another instantly. Those links can take people virtually anywhere in the world. Despite all these relationships, kids are feeling more and more alone. It’s hard to understand why when you are looking in from the outside of your children’s digital world.