Digital Skills: Creating Digital Portfolios

Welcome back!  It’s April (although lately, it has still been feeling like we are stuck in January) which means that the school year is winding down. As you and your students start to prepare for the flurry of end-of-year assignments, projects, and tests, it’s important to recognize the progress and growth that your students have shown... Continue Reading →

Edgeley Legos in the Library

On March 21st, Edgeley's Meaningful Out of School Time (MOST) Program took its students to the community library to create a themed Lego display. This project allowed students to brainstorm a theme, plan of action and how they would present it back to the group - a great use of 21st Century Skills and the 4 Cs... Continue Reading →

Creating Infographics and Posters

Happy March!  I hope you didn’t get stuck in the past with the passing of daylight savings time because we have some great ideas shared with us for this month’s article that will help your students’ learning spring forward.  This month the focus is on creating infographics and posters.  I’m not talking about the posters... Continue Reading →

Math Science Partnership Community of Practice Sees Large and Statistically Significant Increases in Multiple Areas

As part of a collaborative grant with the N.D. State College of Science, the SEEC engaged nearly 100 teachers and over 2,500 students through two cohorts of the Math Science Partnership (MSP) Community of Practice (COP) focusing on two main goals: Goal 1) Show an increase in the ability of students to demonstrate career-ready skills, and teacher use... Continue Reading →

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