Sep 13, 2019
This story from Global News
For the students of Dean Vendramin at Regina’s O’Neill High School, the two are one and the same. In an effort to better engage his students in active learning, Vendramin has started using the video game Minecra...
Sep 9, 2019
Story from The Signal
With the school day concluded, teenage patrons of the Old Town Newhall Library rushed to the Teen Zone section to participate in the latest “Book & Battles” session.
Books & Battles is the Santa Clarita Library’s table...
Sep 6, 2019
We’re fond of saying that, just as parents read with their children, they should also “math” with their children. Why? Families who engage with their children mathematically improve their children’s enjoyment, motivation, and achievement in math.
Aug 31, 2019
“They were going to the moon. I computed the path that would get you there. You determined where you were on Earth when you started out, and where the moon would be at a given time. We told them how fast they would be going, and the moon will be t...
Aug 27, 2019
The article comes from mother.ly
Zippert has found that once parents have these guidelines in their toolkit, they can bring them up in a way that engages their young brains:
1. Play games.
Classic board games, like Chutes and Ladders...