New Opportunities: November 2, 2020

Rubric’s Cube: FREE Resources

Borrow a Set

Borrow one of our Mosaic Builder Sets for 6 weeks, plenty of time to create multiple designs!

Choose a set size based on the image you want to create, number of participating students, display size/location, and return shipping costs.


Public Schools of North Carolina This message is being sent on behalf of Monte Kalisch, Director of Technology and co-inventor of Pactful.  For more information contact Monte at [email protected] or (571) 212-5234.

What if you could build a better world? 
The Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education at the University of San Diego is calling for middle- and high-school educators to join us in our effort to make a local and global impact.

Through the Jacobs Teen Innovation Challenge in fall 2020 and spring 2021, educators and teenagers will develop an innovator’s mindset and the skills to create solutions to local or global problems.

There is no cost to participate, and we will provide ongoing professional development support for teachers before and during the event.

Hosted by The Jacobs Institute for Innovation in Education at the University of San Diego, this global competition helps students develop an innovator’s mindset and skills that cut across STEAM-sector jobs by using design thinking to engage in social good innovation. Using Pactful, students learn essential skills such as empathy, critical thinking, community engagement, design, prototyping, and storytelling that benefit them in future-focused careers. Pactful and this challenge are sponsored through the generosity of Dr. Irwin and Mrs. Joan Jacobs.

We are asking interested teachers to sign up by November 20
Details and Registration 


NSTA Awards:

Dare to Dream!

Have you ever dreamed of yourself as a STAR and seeing your name up in lights? With 17 teacher award programs, your dream could become a reality. 

Did you know more than $80,000 in cash and prizes are just waiting to be claimed? We are excited to announce that applications are being accepted for the 2020-2021 awards cycle and this could be the year that you and/or your school walks away with a treasure trove of cash and prizes. 

NSTA Award Programs, with contributions from our many sponsors*, was created to raise awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done in the science education field. It honors exceptional and innovative science educators and principals for their outstanding work. 

There is something for everyone as we have programs designed for all grade levels. Come on and let the spotlight shine on you, your program, your students and your school. Click this link to apply yourself and/or click this one to nominate a colleague or student. But hurry because the December 10, 2020 deadline will be here before you know it.

For more information contact  Michelle Butler, the NSTA Awards and Recognition Program liaison, at 703.312.9254 or via email: [email protected].

NSTA thanks this year’s sponsors for their support of science education, science teachers and their proactive efforts in the science education field.

*Bio-Rad
Corteva
Northrop Grumman Foundation
SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment
Shell
Vernier Software & Technology

Download the Awards flyer and share it with your friends.
 

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