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Invention Convention 2023 is coming

Ask a Tech Teacher

Invention Convention Worldwide is a global K-12 invention education curricular program mapped to national and state educational standards that teaches students problem-identification, problem-solving, entrepreneurship and creativity skills and builds confidence in invention, innovation and entrepreneurship for life. Signups for the annual Raytheon Technologies Invention Convention US Nationals (2023) start March 31st.

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Time Management Tips for Teachers

Accelerate Learning

Ask teachers what resource they need more of, and chances are most of them will say, “Time!” For teachers, managing time effectively is a survival skill that applies to both time in the classroom and time spent before and after class, preparing and planning lessons, grading, assessing and documenting, setting up the classroom, and handling a million other details.

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Teaching Lessons I Learned From Mom

ED Surge

Though I usually use this space to offer answers to teaching advice questions from professors, I wanted to try something different. For my next few installments, I’m writing letters to people who have exemplified what it means to be an effective teacher. The first letter in the series was about what I learned when visiting a colleague’s hybrid class.

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Should AI be STOPPED?

Cool Cat Teacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter Some tech titans have co authored a letter “Pause Giant AI Experiments: An Open Letter” urging that all AI development past GPT-4 be halted for six months because “…recent months have seen AI labs locked in an out-of-control race to develop and deploy ever more powerful digital minds that no one – not even their creators – can understand, predict, or reliably control.” Pause

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Flying High with STEM

Get Caught Engineering

Let’s fly high with STEM! If you are searching for a theme that will provide a multitude of curriculum integration ideas, aviation and flight is a perfect choice. How airplanes are built is ENGINEERING How airplanes fly is SCIENCE Distance, speed and time airplanes travel is MATHEMATICS What airplanes cost is ECONOMICS Where airplanes land is SOCIAL STUDIES Who made airplanes fly is HISTORY Where airplanes fly is GEOGRAPHY Flight simulation sites and drones are TECHNOLOGY And sprin

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Strength-Based Goal Setting for Gifted Kids

Middle Web

Phelps and Lewis offer a comprehensive guide to setting goals, delineating a process that is sure to be impactful for gifted learners. Specialists working with 2E or underachieving students will appreciate the strengths-first framing, writes gifted education leader Kim Rensch. The post Strength-Based Goal Setting for Gifted Kids first appeared on MiddleWeb.

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How can community engagement projects empower STEM students?


How can community engagement projects empower STEM students? Published: In cities around the world, air pollution poses a major risk both to the environment and to human health. This has severe consequences for many people, particularly those in underserved and minority communities. At Xavier University of Louisiana , USA, Associate Professor Morewell Gasseller leads a community-oriented STEM education project that aims to address air pollution in New Orleans while giving students the skills the

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Mar 30, Comparing Rational Numbers

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