COVID-19 took STEAM Expeditions students out of their Jersey City classroom, but technology and dedicated educators kept hands-on science learning alive.
Virtual sessions on instruction, coaching, leadership and teacher preparation lead to invaluable collaboration and conversation.
COVID-19 forced educators to make drastic changes in their practice—some difficult, others surprisingly helpful. Milken Educators share the strategies they're planning to keep, even after the pandemic is over.
Sixth-grade science students explore the concept of invisible phenomena by creating public service announcements about COVID-19.
The innovations and inventions of Black America are often overlooked. Here are some notable Black names to add to your STEM lessons, during Black History Month and all year long.
After studying countries around the globe, students in Nate Bowling's Comparative Politics class in Abu Dhabi reimagine the Constitution.
Looking for creative ways to celebrate Black History Month with students? These resources fit perfectly into the classroom, whether you’re teaching in person or online.
Milken Scholar Amanda Gorman inspired young people around the world with her words at President Biden's inauguration. We asked Milken Educators to share students' reactions.
Games in the classroom keep students engaged as they practice vital academic, social and emotional skills.