Posts Tagged with: teachers

July 12th, 2013

If you are a teacher and you are reading this, stop! It’s time to take a break from work and give yourself a much needed summer vacation. But before you do check out this blog post from one of our favorite websites, We Are Teachers. The small, simple joys of summer are there for the taking. Have a good break and we’ll see you soon.  

April 8th, 2013

Dr. Marilyn Price-Mitchell (This article was originally published on November 12, 2011.)  When President Obama gave his annual “Back-to-School” address this year, he praised three extraordinary high school students for giving back to their communities. One was generationOn Youth Advisory Council member Jake Bernstein, age 17, who launched StLouisVolunteen.com, a website that connects young people with volunteer opportunities in St. Louis. The President urged students to become engaged in their communities, saying “America needs your passion,…   Read…

October 24th, 2012

Businesswire Collaboration Introduces Vast Network Of Community-Curated Educational Resources Aligned With Common Core State Standards   ** Learn more about the Silverback and Gooru partnership through the interactive Gooru collection: http://bit.ly/silverbackgooru-collection ** Gooru’s supported browsers are Mozilla Firefox 3.6+, Google Chrome 10+ and Safari 5+. We recommend that you use one of those browsers for maximum functionality.   Silverback Learning, an educator-founded technology company and developer of Mileposts, whose mission is to create a culture of collaboration and transparency for educators,…   Read…

May 21st, 2012

By: Marcia Rausch The end of the year is near.  We hope it has been a fulfilling year for you and your students. First, it is now time to begin closing out all the interventions you have put in place throughout the current year.  From the Mileposts home screen, click on “My Interventions”. From the My Interventions screen, open each intervention by clicking on the blue and click on the “Edit”.  Then open the “Outcome” tab and…   Read…