Children receive a lot of instruction when it comes to their health: from family members and caregivers, from school, from the government. The information children receive about how to take care of their health is ever-changing and often conflicting.
The Young Sharks curriculum introduced the entrepreneurial mindset to youth using, as an example, local hero and successful entrepreneur Jessica O. Matthews, Founder and CEO of Uncharted Play.
This blog is being reposted in partnership and permission from the BOOST Breakfast Club and BOOST Collaborative. http://boostcafe.org/ and http://www.boostconference.org/about-us How To Use This Video With Your Students! The discussion of evil is resonating with adults and children around the world in these last months. Something of horrific proportions is occurring on a global scale […]
There are so many issues facing young people today. From poverty to climate change it will take creative problem solving to come up with viable solutions in the next millennium. To prepare students for this type of challenge requires innovative, cutting edge pedagogy designed to encourage critical thinking while teaching life skills. Project Based Learning […]
Introduction Ask any educator or program director and they will tell you that one of the single biggest factors to consider when looking to enhance instruction and by extension student learning is solid professional development. This is something all educators and program directors can agree on. There is no denying that when you invest in […]