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Elevate [Math] is just around the corner. Our first class is in 16 days! Part of your program includes a workshop with people that work in STEM; but what impact do careers in STEM have on the world? Find out by learning about our TOP 10 STEM HEROES for 2019: Chien-Shiung Wu: Chinese-American Physicist (and … Read More
ESA Newsletter Summer 2019 Edition Inside this Edition: Teacher Appreciation Month! Glenn Hoffmann Award ALAS: Achieving Latinx Academic Success Assessment for Learning Series ESA’s Instructional Leadership Corps Upcoming Opportunities for Teachers Click here for the full newsletter Special thanks to our ESA funder: Applied Materials
The ESA is honored to be among the 2019 Glenn Hoffmann Award winners. Presented by the Santa Clara County School Board Association, these awards recognize school and school district programs that significantly impact student success. The ESA is proud to be recognized for the professional development provided to educators across the eight districts. A special … Read More
Students that attend Elevate [Math] this summer will get lots of free swag, find out what you will get, just for coming to class! Have you ever had an amazing idea for a story or an invention, yet you couldn’t find a single pencil to write it down? Well, we can help you with this! … Read More
“ ‘The California Instructional Leadership Corps has changed the paradigm for teaching and learning,’ said Linda Darling-Hammond, president and CEO of the Learning Policy Institute. Darling-Hammond, a Stanford University professor emeritus and the newly named head of the California State Board of Education, spoke at February’s ILC conference on sustaining its work in the field. … Read More
Last week, around thirty 49ers SLI middle school students participated in an optional coding program at the Computer Science Museum in Mountain View. The first challenge of the day was to use the Raspberry Pi along with a few other materials to make a light bulb turn on. During this activity, students learned how to … Read More