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New Year's will be in August, this year.

If you are a teacher, that is.

On August 8, hallways and rooms will fill with the wriggling eager bodies of their parents’ best! I can hardly wait! 297 more words


Learning the slow art of making ham

By Eboni S., camper

Until our visit to Daniele Inc., I never thought about how ham is made. I was surprised by how much salt was used and by the fact that they didn’t cook it in an oven. 179 more words

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New School Year, New Approach to STEM Education in Hawaii

By Beau Boice, Project Director, Hawaii Initiatives, USA Funds

As the calendar hits Aug. 1 in Hawaii, students from around the islands will return to school. 556 more words

Innovation In College & Career Preparation

Level Up PBL with Peer Review

Recently, Cathy O’Neil shared a guest post on her blog www.mathbabe.org that responded to the recent study on race and police shootings. In the post, the Head of Data Science at Zocdoc and Adjunct Professor with NYU’s Center for Data Science, Brian D’Alessandro tears apart… 1,511 more words


PBL students final week and final articles

The Environmental Leadership PBL course combined the areas of Leadership, Service Learning, and Journalism for our high school students this summer.  They have been developing and refining their Environmental Science day camp on the theme of Biodiversity and will be running it with elementary school kids tomorrow. 135 more words

Project Based Learning: Engaging Learners with Diverse Resources

4. Content Knowledge– The teacher uses content area knowledge, learning standards, appropriate pedagogy and resources to design and deliver curricula and instruction to impact student learning. 1,168 more words

Chez Innovation campers learn about running a successful poultry farm

By Chase H., camper

The Innovators and I went to Baffoni’s Poultry Farm, where we received an insightful tour from Mr. Baffoni himself, who was very exemplary of the hard work and preparation that goes into owning and maintaining a successful business. 214 more words

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