Overwhelming evidence undergirds the need for integrated curriculum based in multiple intelligences and learning styles. However, too often, curricula rely instead on artificially compartmentalized courses — usually categorized as reading-writing and listening-speaking,...
On Oct. 20, the state of Maryland was recognized by the World Future Council, the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) and UNICEF for becoming the first in the nation to require that students be environmentally literate prior to graduation....
Places with derogatory names exist in every state, though the largest clusters are in the West and the South. California has at least 159 place names that are offensive to Native Americans, African Americans, Chinese people and Italians. The thickest and most diverse cluster...
The Canadian Student Outdoor Education Conference is now accepting presentation proposals for the January 2016 conference. Proposals for paper presentations, posters, workshops or creative projects will be accepted until the submission deadline of Dec. 18.
Have an idea for a workshop? The following regions are now accepting proposals. Heartland Mid-Atlantic Northeast
Back in October, Steve Creech wrapped up our Conference Webinar Series by presenting The Developing Adolescent Brain with Respect to Education and Safety Management. View the webinar recording and explore an ever-evolving world of education and neuroscience research on understanding...
Discussions of learning tend to focus on what happens in schools, but many students are learning lots of important skills outside of school through extracurriculars like sports, music, art, politics or any other passion. Often students...
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