Student Spotlight: Janena

Our newest student of the month is Janena.  She is a junior at Achieve Virtual.  She enrolled with us because she wanted to be in […]

Meet the Teacher: John Wentland

We recently interviewed Mr. John Wentland, one of our fantastic science teachers here at Achieve Virtual.  He was voted as March’s You Make a Difference […]

Hour of Code 2015

Each year during Computer Science Week (December 7-13, 2015), we celebrate the “Hour of Code.” The Hour of Code is a global movement to get […]

Training the workforce of the future [Bauman]

Training the workforce of the future: Education in America will need to adapt to prepare students for the next generation of jobs – including ‘data […]

Integrating Technology and Engineering into the Science and Math Classroom

When I’m talking with teachers, they often share with me that working with the science and math part of the STEM classroom is easy. It […]

Crazy Eight

Is it just me or is every year a “big year”…? Well 2018 marked a decade of blogging by yours truly, and that alone is […]

Forecast 5.0 – The Future of Learning: Navigating the Future of Learning [Prince, Swanson, & King]

Forecast 5.0 – The Future of Learning: Navigating the Future of Learning  — from knowledgeworks.org by Katherine Prince, Jason Swanson, and Katie King Discover how […]

Intelligent Machines: One of the fathers of AI is worried about its future [Knight]

Intelligent Machines: One of the fathers of AI is worried about its future — from technologyreview.com by Will Knight Yoshua Bengio wants to stop talk of […]

STEAM Learning with the Paper Chain Challenge

Every teacher could use a few team-building STEAM challenges to keep in their back pocket. Bonus points if they’re inexpensive to set up and focus […]

EXCLUSIVE: Chinese scientists are creating CRISPR babies [Regalado]

EXCLUSIVE: Chinese scientists are creating CRISPR babies — from technologyreview.com by Antonio Regalado A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose […]

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from “The Journal’s” October/November edition

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from The Journal’s October/November edition   Also see: https://thejournal.com/Articles/2018/10/29/2018-THE-Journal-Readers-Choice-Awards.aspx   

Scientists simulate a black hole in VR

Another black hole in VR? Maybe good things come in pairs. In addition to the release of Eliza McNitt’s incredible SPHERES: Songs of SpaceTime on Oculus Rift, […]

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