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In NH, internships help students connect academic concepts to the real world

The Hechinger Report, a national education news site, is doing a series on New Hampshire's community-school partnerships and how internships help students connect what...

STEM activities to inspire fun and creativity during the summer

Manufacturing Stories highlighted a list of fun ideas to keep kids learning through the summer, focusing on STEM and integrating curiosity, critical thinking, and...

Nashua teacher: Student engagement due to NGSS approach is amazing

Lisa Janosik, a peer curriculum coach in Nashua, defended the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) after the Nashua Board of Education proposed delaying their...

Souhegan HS Teacher Jenny Deenik on PACE: Performance Assessment is a way for students...

Jenny Deenik, a biology teacher at Souhegan High School, reflects on her work with New Hampshire's pilot Performance Assessment of Competency Education (PACE) program...

Strategies to help anxious and defiant students

Anxiety can be a massive roadblock for all types of learners. The moment anxiety hits and the body is flooded with cortisol, students' brains shut down:...

Concord’s media literacy course is a lesson in questioning assumptions

Concord High School's media literacy class students have one complaint: they can't watch a movie or television show without analyzing it. That's the goal,...

Don’t underestimate students’ ability to reflect on their own work

The benefits of reflection and goal-setting that student-led conferences provide valuable skills that go beyond the classroom.

Reflection and accountability at center of student-led conferences in Pittsfield

Pittsfield Middle High School uses student-led conferences to engage parents in students' self-reflection and goal setting.

Introducing "Mathematics for All," a blog for math teachers

If you are a teacher in the elementary grades or a math teacher in any grade and haven't seen the blog Mahesh Sharma has...

Nashua student: grades should represent learning

The new grading scale emphasizes student growth and learning rather than how well they meet individual teacher expectations.

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