Use these interactive resources, designed for grades 6-12, to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills with real-world applications in college access and STEM learning.
Challenge your students to rethink their attitudes toward and assumptions about failure with a variety of engaging, creative activities. Students will examine the meaning of failure, explore why failure is an important part of the learning process and discover how to develop a growth mindset to turn failure into a catalyst for future success.
Scholarship Case Study: Reducing the Gap
Scholarships are a powerful tool students can use to help ease their journey to higher education. Support your students through this critical element of the college application process. In this lesson, students take on the role of a scholarship selection committee to learn and apply best practices for applying to scholarships.
Through reflection and sharing, students will understand the importance of leadership and community service in the college application process.
Using standards-aligned, narrative techniques students will reflect on what makes them unique.
Find Your Passion
If you love what you do, you never work a day in your life. Allow students to see how their passions and interests can lead to a promising career through a series of surveys, interviews and research.
Your students will visualize, organize and illustrate their future pathways and then translate this information into goals for themselves, with a written action plans for achievement.