During the RAFT Innovation Institute, we used a technique called “brain-writing” to gather 100 unique ideas in just ten minutes! What vision do you and your students have?
Here are some easy ways to help families be part of student learning.
Link RAFT hands-on activities to the new English Language Arts (ELA) Common Core standards!
From math to science and art, here are over 30 computer apps that connect RAFT hands-on activities to virtual experiences.
Even teachers with no time to spare can integrate science experiences into their literacy and mathematics lesson plans.
These activities touch on every K-8 math standard and address many topics at the high school level.
By combining what you already know with our simple activities, you will be able to do an outstanding job teaching Engineering Standards.
Discover ways to overcome the barriers of hands-on learning for English language learners (ELL)
Science fairs provide powerful opportunities for student learning and self-discovery.
New standards encourage students to use the higher-level thinking skills defined on Norman Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) chart.
To make things a little easier, we’ve created an overview of the “engineering practices” included in the NGSS
Here are some helpful tips to encourage students to “speak mathematically” to ensure clear communication and comprehension.