Partnerships

Return to this page often to see new opportunities for your school, business, or community organization to partner with Educate.Today and to see examples of current and previous partnerships.  A video on partnership opportunities can be viewed on our Tutorials page.  Just click here.

1.  Featured Partnerships in May, 2018

          St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspapers in Education Offers Links to Lesson Plans and Other Educational Resources

We are excited to partner with St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspapers in Education to provide learning resources and lesson plans related to two topics for the month of May:  1) STEM resources related to Speed and Energy ; and  2) Parent Resources for their Children’s Summer Learning.

          Featured Educate.Today videos include:  STEM 1:  Explore Fast; Physics 9:  The Science Behind Roller Coasters; and Homeschool 5:  Weather

For more Educate.Today videos on these subjects, click on the Home School Packages on our home page or click on the STEM button in our search section of the home page.

2.  Grant Application Partnership Opportunities

If you believe Educate.Today could help you with a grant you are seeking, contact us at info@educate.today.

3.  Become an Expert for an A la Carte Interactive Program Offering

We are currently developing a calendar of a la carte interactive program offerings for the 2018-2019 school year connecting students to guest experts in a variety of fields.  Guest experts share in revenue generated by their program.  If you’d be interested in joining us as a guest expert for any of the series of programs listed below, please contact us at info@educate.today.

Curriculum-Based Student Programs/Program Series Currently Available:

  1. What’s It Like to Be A…? series—This series gives students the chance to learn about different careers as they talk directly to individuals working in a wide variety of jobs. Big picture questions include: What type of training/education is needed to pursue a job in this career field? What is an average day in this job like? What are unique challenges and opportunities in this career?
  2. Think Like aseries—This series puts students in the role of a particular job/career and gives them the opportunity to engage in activities that are a part of that particular career as they interact with the guest expert who works in that career. Pre-program materials provide information needed to engage in the activities featured in the interactive program.
  3. Subject Area/Curriculum Area Specific Topics—These programs can occur in any curriculum area featured on the Educate.Today website.

Professional Development Programs/Program Series Currently Available:

  1. Teaching Strategies That Work for Me—This series gives participants the opportunity to interact with other educators demonstrating specific teaching strategies that work for them in the classroom. The strategies might be curriculum/subject area specific or cross-curricular areas.
  2. Professional Conversation Strategies That Work for Me—This series gives participants the opportunity to interact with other educators demonstrating specific strategies they successfully employ to create successful professional conversations in the workplace.
  3. Subject Area/Curriculum Area Specific Topics—These programs can occur in any curriculum area featured on the Educate.Today website.

4.  Submit Your Videos for Publication on Educate.Today:

An essential feature of Educate.Today is interactive sharing between teachers and students in response to the videos and curriculum activities included on the website.  Members can submit their own videos and learning activities as well as videos created by their students for potential publication on our website.   Videos for classroom use by teachers and students can be related to any curriculum area featured on Educate.Today.  Professional development videos  can also be submitted featuring examples of using Educate.Today videos in the classroom or other teaching and professional conversation strategies designed to improve professional practice.  To learn more or submit your videos for potential publication, contact the Educate.Today team at info@educate.today.