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Nazareth College’s School of Music faculty spent months designing and sewing the masks that have small openings specialized to fit each students’ instrument.
The North America Scholastic Esports Federation selects group of innovators from U.S. and beyond to collaborate around new ideas in gaming in learning environments
NASEF’s Minecraft-Rube Goldberg event is free for students and schools looking to take part in this fun, mind-bending exercise where new technology converges with old-fashioned innovation
Walking to school, prepackaged meals and non-contact sports outdoors run a lower risk of transmitting coronavirus in schools. Contact sports, choirs and bands, and buses pose the highest risk.
LRP Media Group, a recognized leader in the special education publishing industry, has released Meet the IEP Challenge: 50 Scenarios for Staff Compliance Training. Each part of this 2020 book relates to a component of the IEP that is required under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
A growing number of K-12 music programs have been adding hip hop, electronic dance and other popular music to their repertoires in an effort to becoming more “learner-centered."
Hip hop, guitars and SEL joined K-12 music classes as school closures required educators to explore new tools for learning in online classes.
Music can play a major role in helping students cope with school closures and other coronavirus disruptions—and give them more control over their learning.
During online learning, music teachers can help students develop the skills needed on the engineering side of the music business, such as using digital tools to record themselves.
What equity-driven school improvement looks like in Mount Vernon, New York: themed high schools, full prekindergarten, revamped middle school and health care.
A private school teacher has been dressing up in costumes for the beginning of each class since the week of March 16.