For the second of a multi-part series, we asked Milken Educators to reflect on how winning the award has impacted their lives and careers.
Milken Educator Lindsey Parker (LA '14) discusses her experience encouraging new educators and the influence of TAP: The System for Teacher and Student Advancement in the classroom.
Indiana Milken Educator Sarah Powley (IN '93) shares what she learned from her Spanish-speaking English Language Learner (ELL) students and offers suggestions for content-area teachers about what they can do to help ELL students learn.
Milken Educator Award winners are welcomed into a powerful professional network that serves as a valuable resource to fellow educators and policy makers at all levels. Many recipients have gone on to shape and influence education policy and practice today. For the first of a multi-part series, we asked Milken Educators to reflect on how winning the award has impacted their lives and careers.
The Milken Educator Awards bring you 10 fun and easy team building activities for the first week of school to help break the ice in the classroom.
The amount of educational resources on YouTube for teachers is growing every day, providing opportunities for educators to curate their own playlists of informational videos that can help students learn. But sifting through the thousands of educational channels can be challenging, so we've simplified things with this handy list of the best resources on YouTube for teachers from the Milken Educator Awards.
Milken Educators reflect on influences that led them to the classroom.
The Art Effect Project, an exciting new Initiative of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes (LMC), teaches students the power they have to create change in the world, inspiring them to follow the examples of positive role models from history. The project also includes an art competition—open to U.S. and international students in grades 6-12—with a grand prize of $7,500.
Third grade students at Spaulding Elementary School in Goshen—a small township 31 miles outside of Cincinnati—worked hard throughout the school year with the help of their teacher Crystal Dozier (OH '12) to raise more than $5,000 to build an outdoor classroom at the town’s only park, Kathryn Stagge-Marr Community Park.