The information in ‘Nuts and Bolts’ outlines the way in which teachers and administrators should approach the transitional kindergarten addition to the education system.
The Move for Thought Kit focuses on motivating children to be physically active inside and outside the classroom. This project was funded by a Team Nutrition grant from the United Stated Department of Agriculture.
Ideas for teens to complete community service projects to add to their college applications.
American Psychological Association presents 10 tips to present the way in which resilience can be taught by teachers and achieved by students.
In this video, partners of the Collaborative for Building After-School Systems (CBASS) describe ten innovative and effective ways for schools and community organizations to build strong partnerships that support high-quality expanded learning.
“Mighty Mommy” teaches parents how to teach their children about diversity in 10 lessons.
This web page provides a list of successful strategies used to teach character education.
101 SMART goals is a goal setting and goal tracking tool. With the application it's easy to privately create your life list and manage your goals online. With a simple interface and intuitive design, this is a great productivity tool for school.
Afterschool Alliance Poll finds three in four voters want federal, state and local lawmakers to increase funding for after school programs. Check out these resources for an in-depth look at our newest data from our Election Eve/Election Day 2008 poll and an overview of messages that may work best in this economic climate. (Released November 2008)
te@chthought provides some games for teachers to use in their classroom.
Overview of the basic information about the 21st Century grant and purpose of the programs.
Expert advice on what to do when students are acting up.