Educator Lessons

Computer Coding 101

Drive innovation and creativity in your classroom. Join Scratch the Cat in this four-part series with Maryville University engaging students in the world of computer coding. Learn how to:

Introduce coding to your students Join the online coding community Apply critical thinking skills to the coding process Explore the coding environment and create projects

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This 78th annual National Newspaper Week is a recognition of the service of newspapers and their employees across North America. The theme this year's campaign is “Journalism matters. Now more than ever.” .

During National Newspaper Week 2018, let’s work together to recognize the important role that newspapers play in our society today.

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Career exploration is an essential first step in building students’ understanding of the working world. Students realize options for their futures in hopes of finding a career path that resonates with them in terms of interests, purpose and inspiration.

For high school graduates searching for the next step, vocational school options are endless! Employers are looking for...

The days are getting shorter and the temps are starting to cool off! Celebrate autumn with Newspapers in Education and content provided by education.com . Be sure to include Weatherbird in your fall fun and share for a chance to win tickets, gift cards and more!

Newspapers in Education is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in partnership with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis . This four week series highlights local Hispanic Americans who are giving back to others in the St. Louis community. A new feature will be posted each week.

Looking for Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations? Check out the...

Going to college is a major life milestone that comes with many decisions, from money to learning responsibility to long-term life planning. Planning often starts as early as middle school! These resources will help navigate these issues and more.

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It’s been a fun and busy summer, but now it's time to meet old school friends and learn new things! Let NIE help get the new school year started on the right foot! Download the following today:

Stress-Free School Shopping Snack Ideas Healthy Study Habits Starting a New School Making back to school fun! Homework Help The Value...

This six-part series covers Grand Slam Geography with the following players:

Tommy Pham Yadier Molina Jedd Gyorko Marcell Ozuna Michael Wacha Paul DeJong

Join us on Thursdays for a new player feature in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and exclusive curriculum for your classroom.

Everyone signed up for NIE and the Cardinals in the Classroom program...

Constitution Day

Constitution Day is September 17th but will be celebrated in schools on the 16th. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Miranda Warning. This middle to high school level set will help your students understand the Amendments that are behind the Warning. Students will...

Understand the historical events that led to the right to remain silent Recognize the...