This week’s recommendation is a Tedx Talks video about the beauty of and the connection between math and music.
This week’s recommendation is an interactive game that allows players—youth and adults—the chance to experience the roles of the three branches of government.
This week’s recommendation is an NPR podcast and additional resources that look at the disappearance of women in computer science/coding.
This week’s recommendation is a haunting collection of poems by Louise Glück, 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature winner.
Laurie says, “I have been working on learning a new language (in baby steps). Because of the work that some of our district partners are doing with emergent multilingual students, I decided that I needed to venture into a language that I never studied to feel the struggle that many of our students face daily.”
This week’s recommendation discusses the mental benefit of exercise on older adults.
This week’s recommendation is a Democracy & Education article about democratic citizenship education having a social accountability problem.
This week’s recommendation is about the Equal Rights Amendment, which the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives passed 50 years ago yet has still inexplicably not been added to the constitution.
This week’s recommendation is about the educator expense federal tax deduction, unchanged for nearly two decades, and how it often does not reflect teachers’ actual expenses.
This week’s recommendation is a podcast from Radiolab about how perceptions and opportunities early in life can affect future performance, sometimes unintentionally and unfortunately in a negative way.