Categories: 21st Century Literacies, Authentic Learning and Assessment, Blended Teaching, College and Career Readiness, Global Classroom
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Categories: 21st Century Literacies, Authentic Learning and Assessment, College and Career Readiness, Global Classroom
Walk into the city of Worcester, Massachusetts and you may feel as if you’re in the United Nations. The city’s successive wave of immigrants over the past 340 years has resulted in residents hailing from every country imaginable—from Albania to Vietnam. The third largest school district in the Bay State and one of the more underprivileged, Worcester Public Schools, is as varied as its surroundings with 80 languages spoken throughout the district. Finding commonality may seem impossible when faced with such a diverse population, but there exists a collective language of achievement.
Categories: Authentic Learning and Assessment, Blended Teaching, Co-Synchronous Elearning, College and Career Readiness, Global Classroom
Second only to the Silicon Valley, the Metro West area of Massachusetts is known for technological innovation that dates back to the 1950’s when engineers developed the minicomputer and scores of other high-tech companies imagined groundbreaking hardware and software. In particular, the town of Hudson, MA is currently home to one of the country’s largest technology companies, Intel. Hudson, with just fewer than 20,000 residents, blends small town charm with technological sophistication.