When teaching social studies, context is key. Students become engaged when they make the connection between the topic they’re learning about and the outside world, seventh-grade social studies teacher Todd Giabbai said. Making a poster about a topic is fine, but making slideshows or videos and allowing kids to share those projects on the Internet helps them realize those connections...
The Register Tapes for Education Program was so successful over the last few years that Donelan'sSupermarkets will be participating in it again this year. With this program, your grocery receipts help our schools. For every dollar spent, the Littleton Schools will earn points redeemable for free educational equipment, art supplies, books and sports equipment. Last year the Donelan's Tapes for...
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