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  • 5 Great STEM Websites

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki Here are 5 excellent sites for free STEM resources. 1. NASA’s TeachStation The site TeachStation has resources about the International Space Station and STEM activities on the ISS. Included are student projects and a … Continue reading
  • 10 Tips to Equip Your Classroom on a Budget

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki Almost a year ago, we did a post that was very popular about tips and tricks to help teachers equip their classrooms. We’ve brought several of those tips back in this updated list … Continue reading
  • An Experimental School in San Francisco

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki Yesterday morning, I read an interesting article in Wired (www.wired.com) about AltSchool (http://www.wired.com/2015/05/altschool/), an experimental school in San Francisco founded by a former Google exec that is using technology to enhance and personalize … Continue reading

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