Robot Teaches Social Skills to Autistic Students

A new robot teaches social skills to autistic students, and it is capturing the attention of children who sometimes cannot give much attention to anyone. Milo is a 2 foot tall robot who is designed to help students on the autism spectrum practice social and emotional...

Veterans Share Experiences for Art and Research

Having veterans share experiences for art and research has proven to be a valuable asset to high school students who are focused on service experiences for a social studies project. The “Masks of War” project involves research, as students interview...

New Lessons in Outdoor Classrooms

New lessons in outdoor classrooms include math and science, as young children collect leaves and use math skills to build a stick house. The outdoor classroom at Riverview Kindergarten and Early Learning Center in the Manitowoc School District is called Learning...

March Madness for Books

March Madness is usually associated with college basketball and the final four, but a group of teachers have started a different kind of March Madness for books. At R.F. Pettigrew Elementary School in Sioux Falls, teachers have created an “elite eight”...

Dual Enrollment for College Extends to Middle School

In an effort to demystify college, dual enrollment for college extends to middle school. Four Los Angeles Unified middle schools have a dual enrollment agreement with Los Angeles Harbor College. Professors visit the school campuses once a week, and 140 middle school...