Topic: K-12 Learning

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By Brooke Bosley on Mar 29th, 2014
Imagine America as a place where the percentage of students involved in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is higher than...
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By Mia Zamora on Mar 14th, 2014
Nobody loves the head of a dandelion, maybe because they are so many, strong and soon.”    -Toni Morrison, “The Bluest Eye”
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By Emily Best on Mar 11th, 2014
A phrase you might hear from high school or college students, “hey, want to go hit the books at the library?" also known as a hip way of saying, "hey...
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By Brandon Klevence on Feb 24th, 2014
Hi All!This past week we(Maker Jawn at the Free Library of Philadelphia) held our second webinar on implementing youth programming in libraries...
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By Genevieve Carpio on Feb 23rd, 2014
This group focuses on strategies for teaching digital and public history in the context of Los Angeles. We define Los Angeles broadly, as the entire...
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By Robert Coven on Feb 15th, 2014
Visualizing HistoryStudents are most engaged with historical study when they are involved in authentic work.  Rather than having students learn...
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