Interviews with Education Innovators
By Lauren Levy, Alumna, American Military University Social studies are an important part of a K-12 curriculum. Social studies help students develop into actively participating citizens. It also provides them with the problem-solving skills to effectively address social, economic, ethical and personal concerns they will face. However, traditional methods of instruction do not provide students […]
Written by Kate Durocher We live in a world where the influence of technology cannot be ignored. In health, everyday communication and education, tech plays a huge role in shaping and creating the narrative. While technology continues to grow and improve, why not embrace the benefits it offers? The effect of technology on education is […]
ELA Common Core Standards pose many challenges for students and teachers, including quantity, rigor, and a lack of precise resources. In terms of quantity, teachers are asked to teach and students to learn over 60 standards in 180 school days. In terms of rigor, many standards are cognitively-demanding and require higher-level thinking skills, such as […]
U.S. Wins Math Olympiad For the Second Consecutive Year Meet Po-Shen Loh, the professor at Carnegie Mellon University and head coach for Team USA, who paved the way for the U.S. to win the International Mathematical Olympiad for the second consecutive year. Now he’s adding more value to the world with his new product, Expii […]
This just in from Guinness World Records Just in time for lesson planning for the new school year, we’re launching the first-ever guide for teachers. [Tweet “The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Teacher’s Guide 2017 is a great resource for educators”]. Because it… · Fulfills STEM and Common Core requirements · Provides fun and interesting content for […]
The following is an update to the Every Student Succeeds Act: “This is a very important step from the National Conference of State Legislators,” Weingarten said. “The Every Student Succeeds Act creates an education reset, with the states now being the movers and shakers, so this is a rare opportunity for the United States to […]
Chicago, By Robyn Shulman, M.Ed. On September 11, 2015, I had the gracious opportunity to sit down with Susan Crown to discuss her work with local, national and international organizations. From a holistic and humanitarian approach, her Chicago-based Susan Crown Exchange focuses on strategic partnerships and missions serving underserved youth. A great deal of her […]
Young people are frequently exposed to ambitious dreams of changing the world, and a practical way of expressing said interest is through research in science fairs; however, do science fairs provide everyone an equal opportunity to produce meaningful research? One study by the University of Toronto1 suggests that students who have laboratory exposure typically dominate […]
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About Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you find valuable information on our site and please reach out anytime. I am a certified K-9 teacher, an education journalist and I launched the first graduate advising program for National Louis University. I supported over 2,500 graduate students. To learn more about me, please visit my LinkedIn profile by clicking the image above.