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The Making of the Maker

The Making of the Maker” is an article in Parentage magazine by Sarah Virginia White.  White interviewed 10 young people about the things they make, what inspires them, and how their parents help them.   202 more words


Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and others urge Congress to fund K-12 computer science education — TechCrunch

Some of the biggest names in tech and corporate America, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Walmart CEO Doug McMillon, have teamed up with governors and educators to ask Congress to provide $250 million in federal funding to school districts in order to give every single K-12 student in the…

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Wisconsin prom shooting is turning attention to bullying

The weekend shooting outside a Wisconsin town’s high school prom is sparking a discussion about bullying – although investigators are not commenting on whether bullying was a factor in the incident. 292 more words



During the past couple of classes, my 5th graders have been teleconferencing with a drone “handler,” Mr. Moore, we are working with for an upcoming field trip.   256 more words


How Market Research Can Help Your School District

The following post was co-written with Hilary Ranucci, Business Development Coordinator at RMS.

Colleges and Universities are no stranger to market research, but we’ve noticed an uptick in K-12 school districts seeking market research services. 614 more words

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Project Based Learning Resources

An article I wrote called, “25 Creative Ways to Incorporate More Project Based Learning in the Classroom” has just been published. There are lots of great resources – even if you aren’t ready to try PBL quite yet. 9 more words