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Museums and Schools: Common Ground

I led a workshop last weekend called “Everyday Museums: Re-imagining Classroom and Community Spaces.” It is a fancy title, but basically what I try to do is get early childhood educators to think of their classrooms as museums. 156 more words

Early Childhood Education

Stratford High School had an impressive finish in the world's largest robotics competition

Stratford High School’s Team Sparta Bots had an impressive finish in the FIRST Robotics World Championship in St. Louis, a competition with 620 teams from more than 40 countries, placing 16th as division runner-ups. 617 more words


Green Screen Takes Hold

Our use of green screen technology with video is expanding every day. We currently have a green screen set up (screen and lighting) in each of our two buildings, with more on the way. 133 more words


Ft. Dodge Teacher, GEAR UP Iowa Connect Students With STEM

GEAR UP Iowa, Iowa College Aid’s program that works with schools in 12 Iowa districts to help encourage college attainment, follows a group of students from middle school all the way through the first year of college. 392 more words

College Success

May 3: A Prayer for Students Taking Final Exams

Majestic Father, we thank You for our students who are preparing for Final Exams. Thank You for crowning each of them with wisdom and honor. Thank You for the educators who have a genuine interest in seeing our children and youth succeed. 698 more words

Daily Prayer

PHOTOS: Stratford STEM Magnet School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On April 28, Stratford STEM Magnet School and the East Nashville community cut the ribbon on its recently completed $20 million renovation, celebrating the first major high school renovation in Metro Schools’ recent history. 228 more words


7 Reasons Why Teachers Don't Deserve a Week of Appreciation

As May 2nd kicks off the start of “Teacher Appreciation Week”, I ask myself, “Why?” What do teachers do that employs them an entire week of appreciation? 1,271 more words