UNH physicist David Mattingly explains why practicing science, as the NGSS requires, is the best way to learn the material and become a problem solver.
What exactly does the Commissioner of Education do? Here’s a brief overview from the Concord Monitor:
We asked students in NH PACE districts to tell us how they take what they have learned in school and apply it to their everyday lives. Students produced videos to show how these experiences are ones that will foster success long after graduation and why 21st Century skills like creativity, collaboration, communication, […]
Video Submissions and Media Release Forms are due by January 15, 2017 Rules: Video content can be no longer than 2 minutes and must be submitted in a standard video format (AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4). RHNH will evaluate the videos based on NH’s Work-Study Practices Rubric, choosing the top 5. […]
Here are a few great resources for teaching chemistry through Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Visit our website often for more resources like these! Five NGSS Standards About Chemical Reactions In this resource, high school educators will find desired outcomes, or what students should be able to demonstrate knowledge of […]
The next forum on updating New Hampshire’s College and Career Ready Science Standards will take place on October 27th at the Alvirne High Music Room in Hudson. At previous forums, we have heard some great stories about hands on learning, real world application and the enthusiasm that students have for the deeper learning […]
The first forum on updating New Hampshire’s College and Career Ready Science Standards took place on September 8 at Pinkerton Academy. Check out this video to hear accounts of hands on learning, real world application and the enthusiasm that students have for the deeper learning experiences that NGSS provides. Upcoming discussion […]
Students will literally interact with history as they listen to and ask questions Holocaust survivor Kati Preston.
Merrimack parent Bonnie Dunham emphasized the importance of student participation in annual assessments in an opinion piece for the Concord Monitor: The statewide assessments are the only regularly conducted monitoring activity that lets schools know whether they are meeting the needs of children with disabilities and children in the other […]
On Thursday, May 5, Reaching Higher NH will join with local partners to host a screening of the award-winning film, “Most Likely to Succeed”.