Teachers’ Role in Promoting Social Acceptance

by rnelson on Dec 06, 2021

A teacher’s responsibility goes beyond instructing core subjects. Teachers also impart lessons in socialization, and more importantly, have the opportunity to promote social acceptance in their...

How did the pandemic change our perception of “change”

by mcogal on Dec 03, 2021

In today’s world, change is inevitable. A lot of times, companies find themselves under pressure to keep up with today’s advancements and innovations. Although there are multiple reasons to push...

Polarizing Neutrality, a Historical Discussion

by wmackinnon on Nov 05, 2021

“(h-3) For any social studies course in the required curriculum: A teacher may not be compelled to discuss a particular current event or widely debated and currently controversial issue of public...

Art Education: Incorporating the Arts into the Social Studies Classroom

by Caroline Forni on Nov 05, 2021


The history of art has always been a topic that has fascinated me as a historian.  Art is one of the world’s most ancient tools of communication and it is a form in which we as humans can learn a...

The 6 Academic Writing Assignments - And Assignment Sheets that Make Sense

by ngodard on Nov 04, 2021

Note: The following blog post follows the design elements of Jim Burke's ideal assignment sheets. For examples of assignment sheets written in this format, feel free to email me!  The 6 Academic...

Should we teach Tau instead of Pi?

by mbabbitt on Jun 16, 2021


In the last 20 years, a growing movement has been calling for Pi (π or 3.14…) to be replaced by Tau (τ), which equals 2π or about 6.28. Students should be taught Tau, the argument goes, because it...