Posts Tagged ‘teaching’

Bringing Education Outdoors: Dallas Arboretum Receives $50,000 for STEM Education Program

Posted by Lauren Hawkins

The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden encourages students to learn outside of the classroom with an innovative STEM Education program. 

More than 100,000 students are taught by the Arboretum Education team each year and their education program is about to …

Dallas ISD Spanish Teacher a Contender for $1M Global Teacher Prize

Posted by Taylor Lowder

Dallas ISD teacher Akash Patel has been named a Top 50 finalist for the $1 million Global Teacher Prize.

The Global Teacher Prize is for educators teaching students from kindergarten through high school. It seeks to honor educators such as …

SMU, UNT Dallas Among Universities Receiving Part of $50M for Aspiring Teachers

Posted by Chloe Bennett

Southern Methodist University and University of North Texas at Dallas are among 10 universities in the state getting a piece of $50 million in scholarship funds for students looking to blossom into qualified teachers.  

“North Texas has an enormous talent …

UTA, Other Schools Partner on Personalized Learning Software

Posted by Julia Batlle

The University of Texas at Arlington, along with five international universities, have created an individualized software program that aims to improve the way students learn. 

The new software, OnTask, allows instructors to provide feedback on specific questions and help …

Dallas Teacher Residency Partners with National Center

Posted by Sean Caho

In the education sector, or in any social sector, being associated with The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is more often than not a positive association.

This certainly holds true for Dallas Teacher Residency, a Social Venture Partners (SVP) …