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  1. Shifting the lens on media: The relationship between digital content and family

    ... a look at it, sit down with your child and open a dialogue about why this game is important and explore the potential problem-solving ... Learning Together in a Media Saturated Culture ” came about through an initiative with the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, the research arm ...

  2. Kids want to use science to change their world

    ... Eileen Merritt knows how to get kids excited about science: Show them a problem — say, a threat to the environment — and ... collaborative skills,” Merritt says. “Students learn about listening to others and working in groups; about civic engagement and how ...

  3. Katie Bernstein

    ... provides a window into what young students understand about language, literacy, their peers, and themselves. This research is ... contribute to their language learning and their knowledge about languages? What do preschool teachers believe about language learning ...

  4. Diversity discourse earns national recognition for 2 at ASU

    ... challenges are put in front of us. One of the things I love about ASU and the multiple jobs that I have is that I get to come to the table ... we do, the buildings that we build and the things we learn about improving processes actually help to make all of these systems outside of ...

  5. Eco awakening: Alumna leads sustainability efforts in the Big Apple

    ... of a Zero Waste goal, Schreiber took some time to share about her favorite part of the job and to tell us why we should care about recycling. Question: What does your position with the New York ...

  6. It’s all fun and games until somebody learns computer science

    ... endeavor. So boys had an advantage in learning informally about computer science — not just from playing games, but from all the things ... helping learners feel comfortable and overcome any anxiety about engaging; feeling like they’re going to have fun with the activity.” ...

  7. Sustainability and preschool: the kids are watching you

    ... art projects, in addition to learning new ways of thinking about the world around them. These young students have pretty big ideas about recycling, turning off water while washing their hands and packing ...

  8. Sustainability and preschool: The kids are watching you

    ... art projects, in addition to learning new ways of thinking about the world around them. These young students have pretty big ideas about recycling, turning off water while washing their hands and packing ...

  9. Recess favorite: the swings

    ... she enjoys “the aha-moment when a student gets excited about learning something, and it’s a little different for each child.” ... my eighth grade homeroom teacher who had this special thing about her: She was able to connect so easily with her students. What is a ...

  10. Confronting racial bias in school discipline

    ... change that. Working with schools to improve outcomes About that time, Carl Hermanns was meeting with one of those leaders from ... life,” Dzanic said. “It’s an approach to thinking about how we rebuild communities and sustain healthy relationships, because we ...

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