This is a surefire way to spark young people's interest.
Meriden, CT (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Education World has added a student discussion guide, “Malala’s Courage,” to its current-events resources. The guide’s thought-provoking questions and links to additional resources help students explore Malala Yousafzai’s significance to the world.
Along with other resources on current events, educators will find a discussion guide on the end of the government shutdown as well as a discussion guide on the Affordable Care Act. Education World's up-to-date resources are designed to engage students, encourage critical thinking and help them put world events in context.
Lesson plans and guides span the grades while incorporating a variety of academic subjects and skills including art, reasoning and language; math, map reading and critical thinking; writing and literature; and social studies and history.
“Lessons that touch on events in the news give students an opportunity to share their reactions and opinions. This is a surefire way to spark young people’s interest,” explains Education World General Manager Rich Datz.
Lesson plans on timely topics have been among the most popular content on Education World, “The Educator's Best Friend™.” More than 300,000 educators view millions of pages each month. Education World provides K-12 resources to teachers, administrators and school technology coordinators to enhance instruction and improve student performance. The site was re-launched with an easy-to-use design. All resources are free all the time and new content is added daily. Resources include K-12 lesson plans, professional development articles and more.
Education World’s parent company is EDmin. Based in San Diego, EDmin's focus is Connecting Educators With What Works. The company has been working with schools and districts for 23 years and serves nearly 4 million users in all 50 states and the international market. EDmin is best known for the INFORM® Learning System, an enterprise-level platform that integrates assessment, reporting, resource and community capabilities with an academic data warehouse. For more information, please visit edmin.com.