Volunteer-led event returns to inspire junior high school teachers and their students – Dal News | Team Cansler

Translating advanced climate science into a compelling lesson plan for teens may seem like a tall order, but a recent event Dal hosted gave junior high teachers from across Nova Scotia a head start on the task. Attendees at the Atlantic Science Links Association’s 2022 conference explored this and several other important subject areas during … Read more

The Ocean School kicks off the new school year with a revamped website and a celebration of the United Nations Decade of the Oceans. A project by the National Film Board and the Ocean Frontier Institute at Dalhousie University, featuring over 100 media and 27c – WebWire | Team Cansler

The National Film Board of Canada and the Ocean Frontier Institute ocean school kicks off the new school year with a new bilingual resource library on its platform, giving students and teachers a broader view of what’s happening in our oceans. To celebrate the launch and United Nations Ocean Science Decade … Read more

Verizon returns to school with new immersive learning content – The Bakersfield Californian | Team Cansler

What you need to know: Verizon is going back to school with new immersive learning content as part of its award-winning educational initiative, Verizon Innovative Learning, which aims to advance digital equity and inclusion for teachers and students through a range of programs and resources. New and existing partnerships with trusted education companies, edtech innovators, … Read more

SOL Results Slightly Above Last Year at Danville, But Still Way Behind – GoDanRiver.com | Team Cansler

Danville Public Schools’ Learning Standards results in most subjects increased slightly in 2021-22 from the previous year, but were still below pre-pandemic performance and well below the state average. Danville saw small improvements in reading, history, social sciences, math, and science in 2021-22 from the previous year, with writing scores declining, according to the Virginia … Read more

Integrative Biological Science and Education Focus on 4 New Institutes – EIN News | Team Cansler

From understanding the multifaceted transmission of disease to deciphering how living organisms adapt to harsh conditions, answering big questions in biology requires interdisciplinary research and scientists joining and collaborating with scientists from other fields of study. The US National Science Foundation has awarded four related awards totaling more than $38 million over a five-year period. … Read more

‘I didn’t really learn anything’: COVID grads face college – US News & World Report | Team Cansler

By Collin Binkley, AP Education Writer Angel Hope looked at the math test and felt lost. He had just graduated from high school at the top of his class and had won scholarships from prestigious colleges. But on this test — a University of Wisconsin exam that measures what new students have learned in high … Read more

‘I didn’t really learn anything’: COVID grads face college – The Associated Press – en Español | Team Cansler

Angel Hope looked at the math test and felt lost. He had just graduated from high school at the top of his class and had won scholarships from prestigious colleges. But on this test — a University of Wisconsin exam that measures what new students have learned in high school — he could only guess. … Read more

LinkedIn’s 20 Most Popular Courses of 2022 are All Free to Take Now – CNBC | Team Cansler

Millions of people are taking online courses this year to improve their goal setting, communication and technical skills, according to LinkedIn Learning, which recently published its top 20 most popular courses of 2022 so far. According to the e-learning platform, around 7.3 million people have taken the top courses on the site – almost double … Read more