Personalized learning has been one of the hottest trends in education, especially in the past two to three years. A personalized learning system must include flexible learning environments that allow the system to adapt to the individual needs of each learner on an ongoing...
For kids whose dream summer camp involves more coding than canoeing, more technology than tennis and more science than swimming, STEM summer camps — once considered a contradiction in terms — are popular and plentiful. STEM-oriented summer camps often include...
A high-quality recess program can help students feel more engaged, safer and positive about the school day, according to Stanford research. In fact, recess can yield numerous benefits to an elementary school's overall climate. A positive...
Books can be a hard sell as kids get older and spend more time texting, on YouTube or playing games on their phones. A new report by children's publishing company Scholastic shows how reading habits change through childhood, and offers hints for parents looking to get their...
President Barack Obama has announced some good news for children entering fourth grade this fall: They can take their families to any national park for free. Obama's Every Kid in a Park initiative will provide free admission to all...
Preschool children are natural explorers, asking questions as they try to figure out the world around them. Here are a few tips that may be useful to interact and play with your preschooler and nature.
Today more than 80 percent of the U.S. population lives in urban areas. It's therefore fortunate we now understand many of the physical and psychological benefits healthy trees provide urbanites: Our parks and trees are more than aesthetically pleasing areas that help address...
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