Groups directory

  • Group logo of Science Coaches
    active 1 month ago

    This group is for district or school coaches who work with science teachers K-12. We can share tools and collaborate as we reflect on our own coaching practices and raise our own problems, tensions, and dilemmas of our work to solve […]

    Working together on problems of practice related to coaching science teachers and teams

    Public Group / 30 members
  • Group logo of Standards based instruction and assessment aligned to NGSS and Ambitious Science Teaching
    active 1 month ago

    Let’s collaborate on how to incorporate best practices for standards based instruction and assessment with the ambitious science […]

    Public Group / 14 members
  • Group logo of Teaching science in high-needs settings
    active 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    This group is for Annenberg fellows and anyone else teaching science in high-needs settings to share experiences and resources and […]

    For Annenberg fellows and others to share experiences and resources.

    Public Group / 9 members
  • Group logo of Cambridge International School can Shape a Better Future of Your Life
    active 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    Many parents ask themselves a multitude of questions on the future of their child’s education. Questions such as ‘how do I go about selecting the right school or university based on my child’s aptitudes and interests?’ and ‘what do I need to do to prepare my child for admission and achieve success?’ are just a few of the many concerns.

    Parents need to make the right decisions for their children along the educational journey, from early primary years all the way to higher education. No matter whether the child is in the private or public school system and which curriculum they study, parents look for answers on what opportunities await their child in the world of international education.

    Arguably, the Cambridge International School program is […]

    Public Group / 1 member
  • Group logo of Accelerated Student Development via Private Learning
    active 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    Private schools are now turning their attention to creating the right blend of a structured curriculum with conditions that encourage personal development.

    In personalized learning settings—which happen inside and outside the classroom—teachers assess students’ strengths and needs in order to better align their teaching with each student’s learning style and interests while maintaining high standards.

    Personalized learning can accelerate a child’s development of academic skills along with an aptitude for learning. An approach that considers every student as unique can be realized by working with small groups of students who may be at different levels of mastery by allowing them to progress at their own pace without worrying about being too far behind (or ahead) of their classmates.

    Private schools who have adopted this approach such as Arcadia Academy in Montenegro, also focus on developing important social skills such as team work, and leadership, all of which contribute to overall personality development. Co-curricular activities and sports are an additional character building exercise which plays an important role in maintaining physical and mental health during school years.

    There are many international private schools but Arcadia Academy based in Montenegro stand out with a high level of student achievement. The school is surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Mediterranean cost and is nearby UNESCO World Heritage sites with medieval villages steeped in history. The school is a gateway for admission to some of the top tier schools in the world and lays the foundation for children to succeed in their future en […]

    Public Group / 1 member
  • Group logo of Physical Science Teachers
    active 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    Let’s use this space to collaborate on curriculum and instructional practices specific to teaching the physical sciences (chemistry and physics) in MS and HS grade bands. Please post classroom resources, questions, and related thought-provoking […]

    MS and HS physical science (physics and chem) collaboration

    Public Group / 19 members
  • Group logo of Earth Science Teachers
    active 10 months, 1 week ago

    Sharing intriguing phenomena, discussing the joys and challenges of ESS, and helping each other become ambitious Earth […]

    Public Group / 12 members
  • Group logo of ELL support for explanatory talk
    active 1 year ago

    This group is working to find solutions for helping English Language Learners participate more fully in different kinds of explanatory talk–in small groups, in whole class. We’re seeking tools and routines that will help specifically with ”how” and ”why” […]

    Public Group / 12 members
  • Group logo of High School Biology (NC)
    active 1 year, 2 months ago

    Looking for a community to build modules aligned with North Carolina’s high school […]

    Sharing Place for H.S. Biology Teachers

    Public Group / 1 member
  • Group logo of Monroe SD Teachers
    active 1 year, 4 months ago

    This is a small group of teachers in the Monroe SD who are […]

    Private Group / 2 members
  • Group logo of PASTL: Partnership for Ambitious Science Teaching - A WA State MSP
    active 1 year, 8 months ago

    PASTL is a unique collaboration between Puget Sound ESD, Olympic ESD, Northwest ESD, University of Washington’s Ambitious Science Teaching Development Group, the Physics Education Research Group at Seattle Pacific University, Federal Way School District and Bellevue S […]

    Private Group / 4 members

Your browser is out of date. It has security vulnerabilities and may not display all features on this site and other sites.

Please update your browser using one of modern browsers (Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, IE 10).