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Train Your Mind to Think New Thoughts

If you want to think new thoughts, you have to know what you are already thinking. Your brain wants to think things that it has always thought. For example, try brushing your teeth with your left hand. It is hard, because it is something that your brain is not used to doing.  You also want Read More

Free Downloadable STEM Posters: Embed STEM in the School Culture

The first week of December is nationally recognized in schools as “Computer Science Education Week” or “CSEd Week.” This is a week dedicated to providing students in all grade levels with opportunities to learn about computer science (CS). Many schools get started with free curriculum from organizations such as: Code.org Scratch (MIT) CS First (Google) Read More

Two e-books available with some great information for your students

Nina Berber counsels at an independent school and also has her own private practice. She has put together two great e-books that are available for you and your students. Supplementing the College Supplement While many books and articles provide college applicants with guidance on the personal statement, there are not many resources about the college Read More

Partnerships to Support Teens in Computing: Library Staff and School Counselors Can Team Up

The National Center for Women and Information Technology AspireIt program and ALA’s Libraries Ready to Code are continuing their partnership to connect more young women and girls to computer science (CS) and technology- related opportunities. Library staff can and do play an important role in supporting youth as they explore career paths in and out Read More

Building Strong Student-Professor Relationships

Inside and Outside of the Classroom OneClass has put together a nice guide that can help your students build positive relationships with their College Professors. Professors don’t just grade their assignments; they can also provide them with invaluable career support and mentoring that can make a big difference to their career after graduation. In the Read More

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