High school science teacher Tricia Shelton has students use energy concepts to make connections between physical and life science systems.


Kindergarten teacher John Michaud provides his students with activities on pioneer life and the California Gold Rush. He says that engaging younger students in hands-on activities will shape their perspective on learning.


Molly Reed's third grade students work in groups to explore the attributes of ecosystems. Students learn by identifying plant parts, planting and recording growth over time, and making garden connection circles.


High school students learn how to solve algebra equations and build independent learning in a step-by-step tutorial presented by co-teachers.


Teacher Akua Acheampong uses dance alongside studies of historic traditions to build cultural awareness among her middle school students.


Jennifer Brouhard's students facilitate discussion and demonstrate understanding of text by engaging in a "keep it or junk it" exercise.


Jeanne Wright creatively introduces her 1st grade students to a variety of strategies for solving addition problems.


Students in Channa Comer's 6th grade science class try to design helmets, working on engineering skills and collaboration in the process.


To help his students understand and design their own simple machines, 2nd grader teacher Jason DeLuca activates their prior knowledge and integrates whole-body movement into his lesson.


High school teacher Lindsay Young uses art to teach her class of English-learners how to analyze content, rather than have them try to learn how to read and analyze text at the same time.


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