11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … “The science says to us that, in fact, the way the brain functions and grows, it needs safety, it needs warmth, it actually even needs hugs. We actually learn in a state of positive emotion much more effectively than we can learn in a state of negative emotion. That has huge implications for what we do in schools.” Learn … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … where the U.S. government shutdown is having the biggest impact. Resource of the week! Have your students map where the shutdown is impacting your state with our MapMaker Kits.   … all the animals that went extinct in 2018, and which are on the brink in 2019. Where are animals most likely to go extinct? Use our resource to … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week

11 Things We Learned this Week

This week, we learned … … how industrial runoff can kill us in ways we could never even imagine. Read of the week! How else does runoff impact the environment? Use our picture-of-practice to learn more.   … global carbon emissions have reached an all-time high. What are carbon emissions? Use our picture-of-practice to learn more.   … dogs and cats burned by the California … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned this Week

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … learning science is catching up to Mr. Rogers. Meet one of our high-tech educators eternally inspired by Mr. Rogers.   … unicorns, of a sort, existed within human memory. What other real-life phenomena may have inspired the legend of the unicorn?   … what leading historians think students should be studying right now. Dig deep with our articles, maps, … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week

11 Things We Learned This Week

This week, we learned … … Boy Scouts are peacekeepers in the embattled Central African Republic. Read of the week! Use our short resource to learn a little about the scouting movement.     … what it took to cross the Sahara in the 14th century. The Out of Eden walk traced a few of Ibn Battuta’s footsteps in “The Holy Lands”—read dispatches here.   … Continue reading 11 Things We Learned This Week