During this workshop, participants will explore the concept of how to implement project-based learning and engaging activities in a remote/online classroom environment.
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Even remotely, Salvadori programs support instructional goals and deliver collaborative, project-based learning through the buildings, bridges, parks and communities that surround students’ lives.
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Salvadori has developed a series of summer learning videos with NYC DOE’s Let’s Learn NYC series!
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In an effort to help you serve your students throughout this crisis, Salvadori has developed a series of FREE project-based STEAM lessons teachers can give to their students!
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Salvadori Executive Director, Kenn, recently met with Council Member Ampry-Samuel to discuss how our programs reach students in under-resourced communities through programs in NYCHA Community Centers, transitional housing facilities, and community-based after-school and summer programs.
Salvadori recently received a $1,000 grant from Investors Foundation at New York City. The grant will help further Salvadori’s mission to close the achievement gap by offering hands-on curricula that support academic growth for traditionally underserved students at more than 80 sites.
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Salvadori Executive Director Kenn Jones gave a presentation on policy and practice initiatives to advance equity within STEAM education.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation generously donates $600,000 over two years to continue the Salvadori Center’s STEAM-based education program for EVERY 5th and 7th grade student in Scranton and Riverside, PA, as well as 9th grade students at Scranton West High School. Click here to read more.
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