By: Grant Knowles, June EdCorps Founder of the Month My most impactful classroom learning came from the basketball court this year, or rather, from standing on the side of it. “Lead loudly” was my most often used phrase in practice, before games, during games and reflecting afterwards. As…Read More
Congratulations to the class of 2018! Show the graduates in your life some love with these awesome student-made products: Fan Faces Website: www.fanfaces.org Trombly Elementary School in Grosse Pointe, MI Perfect for any graduation ceremony or party, the fourth graders of Trombly Elementary School have created a special…Read More
Sales as a Motivator – How the students of The Cub Scrub Soap Company track it, learn it, and love it!
I am going to offer you a peek inside The Cub Scrub Soap Company, which is operated by 5th-grade students at Pride Elementary in Tampa, Florida. The students run every facet of the business. They create the soaps, design & operate the website, market the products, and volunteer…Read More
Exciting News! On January 15th, we launched a new cohort of EdCorps, all based in skilled trades classrooms. In collaboration with Harbor Freight Tools for Schools, this new initiative brings the EdCorps experience into the skilled trades space, highlighting the work these teachers are doing. Nearly 20 classrooms…Read More
By: Garrett, Kennedy, Briar The Upstander Brand out of Zachary, Louisiana focuses on promoting the idea of “the Upstander” – someone who does the right thing even when it’s a tough thing to do. They’re quite a creative bunch, and now they’ve launched their very own Podcast!…Read More
All of our teachers building EdCorps in their classroom impress us with their hard work and ingenuity every day. Now, two of our incredible educators have a Paul Allen Distinguished Educator Award to show for it! Jodie Woodruff of The Met (Providence, RI) and Ashley Greenway of Elm…Read More