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Crimson Education Presents: Young Innovators’ Delegation

Crimson Education Presents: Young Innovators’ Delegation

NTC-Non-Traditional Occupations: Trisha Blaser

NTC-Non-Traditional Occupations: Trisha Blaser

Most people when they think farmer, they think male. But actually in the agriculture field, more and more females are coming into it. I’ve lived on a dairy farm my entire life. I grew up on a five-hundred and fifty Read more…


The Impact of Education Research

The Impact of Education Research

So the, our Engineering is Elementary project has introduced young elementary aged kids to engineering, and, engaged them in an engineering designed challenge. And to date, we’ve reached about 10 million children, and a hundred and ten thousand teachers nation-wide. Read more…


The Graduate Group in Education: An Interdisciplinary PhD Program

The Graduate Group in Education: An Interdisciplinary PhD Program

The graduate group in education was one of the deciding factors for me in choosing UC Davis. I knew that my research when I came here was going to focus on two different areas that I needed to combine. I Read more…


Mentoring Students | Teaching in the Healthcare Professions Program | LSU Online

[Uplifting Music] [Dr. Annie J Daniel, Adjunct Professor, LSU School of Leadership & Human Resource Development] One of the things that I think that sets this program apart is the mentoring that’s going to happen. We have some very strong Read more…


Education Talks | Digital revolution in the classroom

Education Talks | Digital revolution in the classroom

Digital revolution in the classroom What are the main challenges to scaling-up new teaching approaches? All the educational research shows for years that all the learning, 80% of the learning takes place outside the classroom. So why not just bring Read more…


Public education — are we under, over or just misspending? Michelle Rhee at TEDxWallStreet

Public education — are we under, over or just misspending? Michelle Rhee at TEDxWallStreet

Translator: Gustavo Rocha Reviewer: Capa Girl Good afternoon, my name is Michelle Rhee, I am the former chancellor of the Washington DC schools I’m also currently the CEO of an organization called Students First. And the whole idea behind Students Read more…


Externships : career to classroom

Externships : career to classroom

Jacob : At Sebeka, I’m the AG teacher but it really encompasses Natural Resources agriculture and then GIS, GPS, and the drones are now in there. Clayton : GIS in a nutshell is mapping but in the last five ten Read more…


Why Education is Important but School is Not || Video Essay

Why Education is Important but School is Not || Video Essay

Learning is important. School is not. Education is vital and ignorance is fatal. But, you see, simply going to school does not guarantee an education. I take that back. It guarantees an education, but not the kind that produces worthwhile Read more…


Tony Wagner: “Change Leadership: Transforming Education for the 21st Century” | Talks at Google

Tony Wagner: “Change Leadership: Transforming Education for the 21st Century” | Talks at Google

>>Female Presenter: It’s my privilege today to introduce Tony Wagner. Who I consider to be one of the most innovative and forward thinking thought leaders in education today. I could read his long list of accomplishments. His work at Harvard. Read more…