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10 Chicago 8th graders sum up how annotations help them study

October 17, 2017

It’s the phrase every teacher dreads (besides “district-wide team-building exercise”), and it comes straight from the mouths of students: “When the heck am I going to use this?” Fortunately, learning to effectively annotate a text—or becoming a good note-taker—is one of those magic skills for which you can retort, “With literally everything you read or study from n ...READ MORE


October 9, 2017

Starting this week, Britannica is saluting top-notch principals across the country for National Principals Month (#ThankAPrincipal).The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), and the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) have designated Octo ...READ MORE

Earth Timeline: High School Science Activity!

September 29, 2017

Ready-To-Use High School Science Activity“Everything changes and nothing stands still,” said the Greek philosopher Heraclitus…and wow has the Earth changed! Explore the geology of the Earth and its various forms throughout time with your high school science class. We’ve got you covered with classroom strategies, activities, resources, and graphic organizers.Looki ...READ MORE

Alternative Energy: Middle School Science Activity!

September 29, 2017

Ready-To-Use Middle School Science ActivityWhat alternative energy sources could you use in your school? Where are old energy sources being used in your town, and how would you change them?  Explore energy with your middle level students in this STEM exercise for grades 6-8. We’ve got you covered with middle school science classroom strategies, activities, resources, and grap ...READ MORE

Taking the Spooky out of STEM: Elementary Science Activities!

September 29, 2017

Ready-To-Use Elementary Science ActivitiesWith Halloween around the corner, what better time to investigate something extra scary…STEM? But STEM doesn’t have to be spooky! We’ve put together simple elementary science activities for teachers to weave STEM into their classrooms. Uncover the process of erosion with your youngest elementary scientists, or electrify upper eleme ...READ MORE